Goff, Lloyd Lozes

Lloyd Lozes Goff

  (Am. 1908-1982)

LLOYD LOZES GOFF (Am. 1908-1982) A native of Dallas, Texas, Lloyd Lozes Goff considered New Mexico his home. He had studios in both Albuquerque, N.M. and New York City and studied at The Art Students League, New York. His interest in hot-air ballooning produced two exhibitions of balloon subjects in the United States following his London exhibition of paintings featuring the moon a recurring theme in his work. Collections include: Whitney Museum of American Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford Museum, National Museum of Mexico, American Academy Collection. A member of the National Society of Mural Painters, his principle murals are: Helena Rubinstein Fifth Avenue Salon N.Y.C., Federal Buildings in Hollis, Oklahoma and Cooper, Texas. He collaborated with Paul Cadmus on U.S. Embassy Mural Ottawa, Canada and assisted Edward Laning on New York Public Library murals and on the Reginald March frescoes for the U.S. Customs House in New York. Recipient of the Art Student’s League Daniel Schnakenberg Scholarship, Goff received several Louis Comfort Tiffany Fellowships and has been awarded two Childe Hassam Purchase Awards. Source: Askart.com