Henriette Oberteuffer

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  • Henriette
  • Amiard
  • Oberteuffer
  • George Oberteuffer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1878-1940); met 1905 at Academie Julien, married 1905
  • 1 child
  • 1878
  • Le Havre, France
  • 1962
  • Lexington, Massachusetts
  • 1905-?: Paris, France

    after World War I: Chicago, Illinois
  • Painter-Oil, Pastelist, Printmaker, Watercolorist
  • Academie Julien, Paris, France; student of Jules Lefébvre and Benjamin Jean-Joseph Constant
  • Array
  • Exposition du Amiens

    1906: Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by Ameircan Artists & A Group of Small Selected Bronzes by American Sculptors, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York; Little Karl; Still Life

    1920: George and Henriette Oberteuffer, Knoedler's Gallery, New York, New York

    1921: Arlington Gallery, New York, New York [solo]

    1926, 1927, 1930: Annual Exhibition of Works by Chicago and Vicinity Artists, the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

    Austin, Oak Park and River Forest Art League, Oak Park, Illinois

    ?-May 10, 1978: Graham Gallery, New York, New York; Model in Wicker Chair, oil, 1930s; Model Posing, pastel, 1930s

    1979: Henriette Amiard Oberteuffer and George Oberteuffer: paintings, watercolors, pastels, and prints, a loan exhibition, Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis, Tennessee

    Boston, Massachusetts
  • Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, New York

    French National Collection, Paris, France

    Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, Minnesota

    Phillips Collection, Washington, D,C.
  • National Association of Women Artists

    Salons of America

    Société des Quelques, Paris, France

    Société des Independants, Paris, France
  • Exposition du Amiens (before 1906)

    Brower Prize, Annual Exhibition of Works by Chicago and Vicinity Artists, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 1926

    Logan Medal, Annual Exhibition of Works by Chicago and Vicinity Artists, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 1927
  • Worked for the WPA/FAP

    Teacher, taught privately