A woman wearing a red dress stands in a dim room in green and aqua tones. Her weight is on her left leg and her left hand is on her hip. She holds a flower in her right hand. Her hair is drawn back into a bun on the back of her neck. A curtain appears in the left corner behind a still life on a table.
E.W. Giebert was a professor at the Art Institute and at the University of Chicago. "Girl in Red" was a lay piece in the 1930 Chicago Artists' show. The girl is Janet Meyer.