Wilhelmina Coultas

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  • Wilhelmina
  • Coultas
  • Jacksonville, Illinois
  • 1440 Edgecomb Court, Chicago, Illinois
  • 1914: 919 Fine Arts Building 1917: 1016 Fine Arts Building, Chicago, Illinois 1920: 917 Fine Arts Building.  
  • Jeweler, Painter-Oil
  • 1890-1891: Jacksonville Female Academy, Jacksonville, Illinois
    1897-1902: School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
    1902: Academy of Fine Arts, Cincinnati, Ohio, student of Frank Duveneck
    1902-1903: New York School of Art, New York, New York; student of William M. Chase
    1904: student of Advance Life class under John Vanderpoel, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
    student of James H. Winn prior to opening her studio in Fine Arts Building
    Student of D J Millet
  • Array
  • Annual Exhibition of the Art Students League of Chicago, AIC, 1898,

    December 21, 1898-January 15, 1899: Fifth Annual Exhibition of The Art Students’ League of Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Across the Meadow; In the Woods; A Summer Idyl; Oat Field; Hollyhocks; The Alley; Wash Day

    January 31-February 24, 1901: Seventh Annual Exhibition of the Art Students’ League, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Twilight, oil; Sketch, oil; The Old Mill, charcoal; Delavan, charcoal; Sketch, charcoal

    June 1919:  Artists’ Guild

    New York, New York

    Albright Gallery, Buffalo, New York
    Milwaukee Art Society, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, Minnesota

    St. Paul, Minnesota

    Jacksonville, Illinois

    Detroit, Michigan
  • discussion of jewelry and exhibit experience in An Illustrated Annual of Works by American Artists and Craft Workers, 1915
  • Art Association of Buffalo, New York

    Art Student League of Chicago, Illinois; treasurer, 1899

    Chicago Artist Guild

    Cordon Club of Chicago

    Little Galleries, New York, New York
  • taught art and headed art department at Illinois College, Chicago, Illinois

    ran the Cellini Shop, Evanston, Illinois while owners Ernest and Walter Gerlach served in the Navy during WWI