Josephine Reichmann

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  • Josephine
  • Lemos
  • Reichmann
  • Frank Joseph Reichmann (1860-1933); married January 5, 1885 RR freight car and radio manufacturer
  • Julia Scott (June 26, 1886 – November 28, 1958; married Christopher Pearse Scott June 1910; 5 kids Frank Joseph Reichmann, (1888-1937);  married June 29, 1912 Josephine Dorothea (Dolly) Robinson (Increase) (1890-1981) Ernest Robert Reichmann  (May 12, 1892-July 9, 1910)                                         
  • March 24, 1864
  • Louisville, Tennessee
  • May 9, 1938
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • 1864-1870: Louisville, Kentucky

    grew up at 555 N. Wells St., Chicago, Illinois

    then in 1871 put with 3 siblings into Half-Orphan Asylum at 175 Burling Street for less than 2 weeks b/c the Fire broke out;

    then to NYC for 18 months, mother learned to work for a lithographer

    in 1909:  5207 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, Illinois

    in 1923: 1540 E. 57th St., Chicago, Illinois

    died at daughter Julia’s home at 1957 E. 72nd Place, Chicago, Illinois
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Painter-Oil, Watercolorist
  • School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; student of John Vanderpoel
    New York Art Students League Summer School; student of Chas. W. Hawthorne.
    Cape Cod School of Art
    summer school 1912: New York Art Students League
  • Array
  • Illinois State Museum, Springfield, Illinois

    Vanderpoel Art Association, Chicago, Illinois

    1912: New York Art Students League, New York, New York

    1916-1918: Arts Club of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

    1923, 1927, 1928: Annual Exhibition of Oil Paintings & Sculpture by American Artists, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

    1927, 1928: Chicago Galleries Association, Chicago, Illinois [solo]

    1927-1938: Annual Exhibition of Works by Chicago and Vicinity Artists, Art Institute of Chicago, April 1930: Cordon Club in the Fine Arts Building, Chicago, Illinois

    1930: Paintings: Selected from the Annual Exhibition of Paintings by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

    Illinois Academy of Fine Arts, Chicago, Illinois

    American Watercolor Society (5 times)
  • Chicago Society of Artists, Chicago, Illinois

    Arts Club of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

    North Shore Art Association

    National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors/National Association of Women Artists, New York, New York

    South Side Art League, Chicago, Illinois

    Artists Guild and Art Club of Chicago, American Water Color Society

    Chicago Galleries Association, Chicago, Illinois
  • parents: Nicholas (St. Petersburg, Russia circa 1825-December 10, 1869) and Julia Wysznsky Lemos