Alice Geneva Kloss born in 1903 in Oakland, Ca. Painter, Etcher. Studied at UC Berkeley, CSFA and Calif. School of Art & Crafts. She settled in Taos, NM in 1929 where she became nationally known for her etchings of Southwestern subjects. Her works are held Library of Congress, Dallas Museum, Museum of New Mexico, Museum of Tokyo, Smithsonian Inst., Carnegie Inst., PAFA, AIC, The Hague Netherlands. Signed, titled “Indian Summer”(1943) in pencil in her hand with horses, figures under the tree and a house in the distance. We have had many of her works, but not this one before. Image is 11″ x 8″, in frame is 20″ x 15”. Nicely framed. Archival.