Patty Prather Thum

Patty Prather Thum (October 1, 1853 – September 28, 1926) was an American player from Louisville, Kentucky known for her landscapes, paintings of roses, and baby book illustrations. She studied art at Vassar College and the Art Students League of New York and maintained a portrait and landscape studio in Louisville for 35 years. She taught art, illustrated books and magazines, was an inventor, served as the president of the Louisville Art League, member of the Louisville Women's Club, and was the art critic for the Louisville Herald until 1925.

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