Alice Kellogg Tyler

Maiden Name: 
Kellogg
Variant Names: 
Alice DeWolf Kellogg
Alice Kellogg Tyler
Spouse: 
Ono James Tyler
Birth Date: 
12/27/1862
Birth Place: 
Chicago, Cook County
Death Date: 
02/14/1900
Death Place: 
Chicago, Cook County
Residences/Studios: 
Chicago
Visited: 
Paris
Active In: 
Chicago
Medium: 
Mural
Painting - Oil
Painting - Watercolor
Pastels
Subject: 
Child Figure/Portrait
Figure
Genre
Landscape
Portrait
Style: 
Classical Realism-19th Century
Impressionism
Exhibitions: 
New York Water Color Club, 1898
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1898.
AIC
American Water Color Society, NYC.
Paris Salon de la Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts, 1890
Annual Exhibition, Bohemian Art Club, AIC, 1883
Annual Exhibition, Palette Club, AIC, 1895.
World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893.
Society of American Artists, NYC
Collections: 
Hull House, Chicago
Christine Schwartz Collection, Chicago
Training: 
Chicago Academy of Fine Art
Julian Academie, Paris
Colorassi School, Paris
Other Occupations: 
Art instructor at the Art Institute of Chicago and Hull-House
Biography: 
See Annette Blaugrund with Joanne W. Boie's article "Alice D. Kellogg: Letters from Paris, 1887-1889" in the Archives of American Art Journal 28, no. 3 (1988) pages 11-19. Alice Kellogg Tyler's letters are on deposit in the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. A biography about the artist is available at Christine Schwartz Collection website: http://www.schwartzcollection.com