Hazel Ewell

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  • Hazel
  • Crow
  • Ewell
  • James Marvin Cady Ewell (May 28, 1889-?) artist; took night classes at School of the Art Institute of Chicago; met Hazel on sketching trip to Europe; worked as commercial artist; later raised champion shorthorn cattle
  • Dianne Ewell Weiss, artist in San Francisco – illustrator and book designer James Ewell, corporate executive
  • November 18, 1888
  • Bird City, Kansas
  • August 12, 1972
  • Europe
  • 313 Kedzie St., Evanston, Illinois
  • Ravinia, Illinois

    Highland Park, Illinois

    Palm Beach, Florida
  • Gouache, Illustrator, Lithographer, Painter-Oil
  • School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
    Student of Emil Zoir, George Oberteuffer, and Dudley Crafts Watson
  • 1934, 1937: Mexico

    Guatemala
  • Array
  • January 8-February 7, 1918: First Exhibition of Work by the Alumni of the Art Institute of Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois: Peacocks

    December 15, 1922-?: Exhibition of Work by the Alumni of the Art Institute of Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois: Decorative Plaque, No.1; Decorative Plaque, No. 2

    February 4-March 14, 1926:  Thirtieth Annual Exhibition of Works by Chicago and Vicinity Artists, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois:  A Wonder Morn, oil

    1929: 5th Annual Exhibition, North Shore Art League, Community House, Winnetka, Illinois

    1930s: Evanston Woman's Club, Evanston, Illinois

    March 24-April 15, 1931: Festival of Religious Art: Religious Art by Artists of Chicago and Environs, Renaissance Society, Chicago, Illinois

    January 30-March 1, 1936: Fortieth Annual Exhibition by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois: From Scotland, oil

    March 11-April 1, 1941: Forty-Fifth Annual Exhibition
  • “Regional Art,” Christian Science Monitor, June 191, 1935
  • Chicago Society of Artists, Chicago, Illinois

    North Shore Art Association, Gloucester, Massachusetts
  • 1932, 1936, 1937 Evanston Woman's Club, Evanston, Illinois

    1929: Prize, North Shore Art League, Winnetka, Illinois
  • Teacher, writer, traveler, lecturer
  • participated in Grant Wood’s summer art colony at Stone City, Iowa in 1933

    contributed to Christian Science Monitor 1930s

    “the defender of Regionalism”