(1885-1956) Born in Sebastopol, California, Grace studied art in San Francsico with Lorenzo P. Latimer. She was known for her gentle landscapes of Sonoma and Marin counties.
Her father, a fruit rancher, introduced the Gravenstein apple to the Sebastopol region. Well acquainted with Luther Burbank, her father's friend involved Grace in making paintings of Burbank's hybrid fruits. Grace's sister Nell was a published poet.
Grace married Charles B. Allison and for a time painted under the name Allison Griffith.
While visiting Europe Grace became a member of the Royal Watercolor Society of London, as she exhibited her work in both England and Scotland. In th 1920's, her works were exhibited at the California State Fair and in exhibitions of the SanFrancisco Society of Women Artists. She exhibited at the Kanst Galleries in Los Angeles and Gump's Gallery in San Francisco.
She married Archibald O. Harris in 1939, settling in Berkeley where they remained until Mr. Harris died in 1950.