Goldstein, Louise Marks

Louise Marks Goldstein

Goldstein, a native of Corsicana, Texas moved to Sherman, Texas in 1914. After attending Ward Belmont College, Nashville, Tennessee, she returned to Texas and attended concurrently Austin College and Kidd-Key College, Sherman. At Kidd-Key she was a student of Evangeline Fowler and Frank Klepper. Goldstein received a bachelor of arts from Austin College (1938); while an art instructor there (1932-43), she completed a master of arts (1942). While teaching privately in Sherman, Goldstein studied at the Art Students League of New York and under George Elmer Browne in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Beginning in the late 1940’s s, she painted mostly portraits. In 1985 Goldstein moved to Dallas. She died in Dallas. Exhibitions: Annual Texas Exhibition, Fort Worth (1928); Texas Centennial Exposition, Dallas (1936); Golden Jubilee Exposition, State Fair of Texas, Dallas (1938); American Federation of Arts (1939 traveling exhibition); Annual Exhibition of the State Fair of Texas, Dallas (1939); Southern States Art League Annual Exhibition (1942); Elisabet Ney Museum , Austin; Dallas Museum of Fine Arts; National Collection of Fine Arts, Washington, D.C. (traveling exhibition); Provincetown (Massachusetts) Art Association.