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Carrie M. Gilbert

American, born 1871


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Born

1871

Active

Oregon

Occupation or Type

painter

Northwest artist

Oregon artist

Bio

Carrie Gilbert was known for oil portraits of Indian chiefs painted on rawhide. She illustrated her husband's book, The Way of the Indian, copyrighted in 1902. The J.C. Gilberts lived in Salem.

[Artist biography reproduced with permission from the authors, Oregon Painters: the First Hundred Years (1859-1959), Ginny Allen and Jody Klevit.]

Gender

Female

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