Eleanor Greatorex (1854-1917) was an American painter and illustrator.
Eleanor Greatorex was born in 1854 in New York City. Her mother was Eliza Pratt Greatorex and her sister, Kathleen Greatorex.
Mid-life and career
She painted primarily flowers and figurative works. Greatorex attended the National Academy of Design from 1869 until 1870. She was a member of the New York Etching Club. She studied under Carolus-Duran and Jean-Jacques Henner, while in Paris in 1879.
She became sick while working in Algiers in 1881. She returned to New York. After she became well, she traveled again, often with her sister. She had a studio with her mother and sister in New York.
- "Portrait of Mrs. John Gellatly", 1890-97, oil on wood; Smithsonian American Art Museum
- "Portrait of Mrs. John Gellatly". Smithsonian American Art Museum. Smithsonian Institution. Retrieved 23 December 2015.