Maude Hutchins

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  • Maude
  • Phelps
  • McVeigh
  • Maude Phelps Hutchins
  • Hutchins
  • Robert Maynard Hutchins; Secretary of Yale University, then president of the University of Chicago
  • 3 children
  • 1899
  • Long Island County, New York
  • March 28, 1981
  • Fairfield, Connecticut
  • Scots-Irish and English
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Painter-Oil, Sculptor, Tempera
  • Yale University School of Fine Arts
  • 1933, 1934: A Century of Progress Exhibition of Paintings & Sculpture, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

    1937: Chicago Women's Salon, Chicago, Illinois

    America Fine Arts Society Gallery, New York, New York

    Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

    Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, New York

    Roullier Galleries, Chicago, Illinois

    Wilderstein Gallery, New York, New York

    Grand Central Art Gallery, New York, New York

    Saint Louis Art Museum. St. Louis, Missouri

    San Francisco Museum of Art, San Franciso, California

    Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio


    New Haven Paint and Clay Club, New Haven, Connecticu
  • Bulliet, C.J. “Maude Phelps Hutchins,”  Chicago Daily News, January 30, 1935; reprinted on Illinois Historical Art Project website
  • Author of "Diagrammatics," 1932, with Mortimer J Adler
  • Parents died while she was an infant; raised by her grandparents.

    Father was of Irish ancestry and remotely Scottish; descended on her mother’s side from Capt. Ratcliffe who commanded a ship that sailed in Jamestown in 1609; mother was a Phelps