Elizabeth Lochrie

Elizabeth Davey Lochrie (1890 — 1981) American painter, sculptor, and muralist born in Deer Lodge, Montana. She is best remembered for her portraits and portrayal of Native Americans and their lifestyle in the Montana and Idaho area.

Lochrie studied at the Pratt Institute in New York City with Winold Reiss and Victor Arnautoff and at Stanford University in California.

Lochrie was an player with the Federal Art Project and painted state office murals for the Treasury Section of Fine Arts in Burley and St. Anthony in Idaho. For the name office at Dillon in Montana she painted a mural News from the States.

In 1932, the Blackfeet Nation adopted her, giving her the name, "Netchitaki" which means "Woman Alone in Her Way."

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