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curator , educator

Grose Evans, American former curator, retired educator.

Background

Evans, Grose was born on December 15, 1916 in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Son of Marshall Blakemore and Elizabeth Theodora (Grose) Evans.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Ohio State University, 1938. Master of Arts, Ohio State University, 1940. Doctor of Philosophy, John Hopkins University, 1953.

Career

Lecturer, National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1946-1954;assistant curator educational work, National Gallery of Art, 1954-1958;associate curator, National Gallery of Art, 1958-1960;curator decorative arts, Index American Design and Extension Service, 1960-1970;curator exhibitions and loans, Index American Design and Extension Service, 1970-1973;curator decorative arts, Index American Design and Extension Service, 1973;retired, Index American Design and Extension Service, 1973. Adjunct Professor art history George Washington University, 1973-1990, lecturer modern art, 1953-1956, professorial lecturer theories of art, 1956-1961. Guest lecturer baroque and modern art Catholic U. American, 1948-1949.

Guest lecturer modern art American U., 1952-1953. Curriculum director Research in Teacher Training Program United States Office Education, 1966, Arts and Humanities Institute, 1967.

Connections

Son of Marshall Blakemore and Elizabeth Theodora (Grose) E. M. Grace Elizabeth Orvis, January 4, 1946. 1 daughter, Grace Elizabeth Grose.

father:
Marshall Blakemore Evans

mother:
Elizabeth Theodora (Grose) Evans

spouse:
Grace Elizabeth Orvis