(1892 - 1932)
Susette Schultz (Morton) Keast was active/lived in Pennsylvania. Susette Keast is known for figure, landscape, and still life painting.
Biography Susette Keast
Susette Schultz Keast studied at the Philadelphia School of Design for Women and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts under such notable instructors as Henry Snell, Elliott Daingerfield, Hugh Breckenridge, Thomas Anshutz and William Merritt Chase. She received her Cresson European Fellowship at the young age of 19.
In 1919, she married prominent architect, William Morton Keast. The engaging couple traveled frequently, including several trips to China and Japan, before settling in Philadelphia and raising their two daughters. Susette's artwork was strongly influenced by the Orient, to the point of having her home studio created from the palace of a Chinese Emperor that was shipped back to the States.
Keast was dedicated to
... Displaying 750 of 1190 characters.