Lloyd Lozes Goff Biography

Dallas, Texas, 1917

Established American painter and graphic artist's work principally consists of landscapes and still lifes. Goff is also well known for his works relating to cowboys and cowboy life, a theme he is passionate about.

Goff studied fine art at New Mexico University, after having spent five years with the Art Student's League in New York and a period at the Academie Juliene in Paris.

Solo shows:

Roko Gallery, 1974

Roko Gallery, 1972

Roko Gallery, 1971

Roko Gallery, 1968

Blondelle Gallery, 1966

Juster Gallery, 1960, '62, '65

Artz Gallery, 1957,1959

Collective exhibitions:

American Academy and Institute of Arts & Letters

The Whitney Museum of American Art

The Carnegie Institute "Painting In U.S." Annual Exhibit

National Academy of Art

Pennsylvania Academy of Art

Corcoran Museum, Washington, D.C

. Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas, TX.

Museum of Mexican Art, Mexico, D.F.

Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe

Santa Fe Opera Association, Santa Fe, N.M

. Lawrence Galleries, Dallas, TX.

Furman Gallery, Farmington, N.M.

The New West, Albuquerque, N.M.


Helena Rubinstein, Fiffh Avenue Salon, NYC

Garden Mural, Beau Village Restaurant, Greenwich Village, NYC

Home Mural, Judge Lindley Miller Estate. Oyster Bay, NY

Federal Bldgs. Hollis, OkIa., Cooper, TX

Museums and collections:

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford Museum

Library of Congress

West Point Collection

U.S. Military Academy, Berg Collection

N.Y. Public Library

Yale University Music Collection

American Academy of Arts and Letters

Syracuse University Collection

American Academy of Arts and Letters

University of Vermont

U.S. Department of the Interior

Dallas Museum of Fine Arts

Museo de Belles Artes, Mexico