Virginia Paccassi (1921 - unknown death date) was born in 1921 and attended college in both Iowa and Oklahoma until receiving a scholarship to the New Orleans Art School in 1941. In 1944, her work was included in the Metropolitan Museum’s first Pepsi-Cola Exhibition. She was then sponsored by Contemporary Arts in 1945 for her first one-woman show in New York. At one time, she and her husband, Lowell Naeve, traveled the country giving lectures and demonstrations on the art of print making.
Information courtesy of Collectors of American Art, Inc., 1958