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Painter and printmaker Helen Loggie was born in Bellingham, Washington. She moved to New York City where she took classes at the Art Students League and studied privately with Mahonri Young and John Taylor Arms. She was a member of the Society of American Etchers, Philadelphia Water Color Club; Southern Printmakers; Northwest Printmakers; and the California Society of Etchers. Her work is represented in the collections of the Library of Congress; Seattle Museum; University of Nebraska; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; National Museum, Stockholm; University of Glasgow, Scotland; the British Museum and many others. Her work was awarded prizes by the Northwest Printmakers and the Library of Congress.

Madronas in Bloom - - 1934, Graphite on Paper.

Signed H. A. Loggie and dated ‘34 in pencil, lower right image corner.

Image size 12 x 13 3/4 inches (305 x 349 mm).

A meticulously detailed pencil rendering on cream wove paper in good condition.

Exhibited: Norfolk Museum of Arts and Sciences, Norfolk, Virginia. American Drawing Annual XVIII, 1959.

"Miss Loggie's trees are not only executed with obvious love but each is a superb botanical speciman." – Albert Reese