Kathleen Honora Greatorex

Kathleen Honora Greatorex (1851–1942) American painter and illustrator born in Hoboken, New Jersey, known for her still life and flower paintings. Her mother, Eliza Pratt Greatorex was a with ease known painter and printmaker united with the Hudson River School even if her father, Henry Wellington Greatorex, was a acclaimed musician. Throughout her career she worked contiguously with her mom and sister. Following the untimely murder of her brother Thomas Anthony Greatorex in Colorado in 1881, the Greatorex women left New York City and moved to Moret-sur-Loing, in the Ile de France. During the complete years of his life, noted Impressionist painter Alfred Sisley, resident of Moret, developed a close friendship in the declare of Kathleen Greatorex. Following the death of her sister Eleanor Elizabeth Greatorex (1854-1908) Kathleen sold a portion of her property to American art-dealer and critic Sarah Tyson Hallowell, whose niece Harriett Hallowell was named as Kathleen's sole heir when Greatorex died of antiquated age (91) on May 6, 1942 at 3 area de Samois in Moret-sur-Loing.

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