Born June 23~ Mary Grigoriadis

Mary Grigoriadis (born June 23, 1942) is an American artist known for her paintings in the pattern and decoration movement.
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Card for Mary Grigoriadis’ exhibition at A.I.R. Gallery, 1978
Artwork used: “Titus” / 1974 / Oil and acrylic on linen / 66″x66″

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Born June 22~ Alison Smithson

Alison Smithson (June 22, 1928-August 16, 1993) was one half of the wife and husband team of Alison and Peter Smithson, influential and controversial pioneers of the New Brutalist movement in the UK.
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School of Architecture and Building Engineering (E6)
Alison & Peter Smithson / 1984-1988 / University of Bath, UK

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Born June 21~ Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen

Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen (born Anne Marie Brodersen; June 21, 1863-February 22, 1945) was a Danish sculptor. She was married to the Danish composer Carl Nielsen.
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Havfrue (Mermaid) by Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen
1921 / Bronze / 30″x17″x33″ / Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen, Denmark

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Google translation of article “The sculptor Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen and the ancient Greek art”
Danish artist Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen on NMWA~

Born June 20~ Lucy Kemp-Welch

Lucy Elizabeth Kemp-Welch (June 20, 1869-November 27, 1958) was a British painter and teacher who specialized in painting working horses.
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Forward! Forward to Victory: Enlist Now by Lucy Kemp-Welch
1915 / Artwork for UK WWI recruiting poster, found in various collections
Original painting in Bushey Museum and Art Gallery, Hertfordshire, UK / no details available

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Born June 19~ Maginel Wright Enright Barney

Maginel Wright Enright Barney (June 19, 1881-April 18, 1966) was an American children’s book illustrator and graphic artist. She was the younger sister of Frank Lloyd Wright and the mother of Elizabeth Enright.
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Cover for Woman’s World, August 1919 by Maginel Wright Enright Barney
1919 / Ink, watercolor, gouache, and graphite on illustration board
17-1/8″x9-3/16″ / Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE

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Born June 18~ Dorothy Weir Young

Dorothy Weir Young (June 18, 1890-May 28, 1947) was an American artist. She worked in multiple media including including oils, watercolors, and woodblock prints.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Theresa and Tommy by Dorothy Weir Young
c.1920 / Oil on canvas / 27-1/8″x34-1/8″ / BYU Museum of Art, Provo, UT

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Artist: Dorothy Weir Young/State of Utah Art Collections
Dorothy Weir Young Artwork/Natonal Park Service

Born June 17~ Toshiko Takaezu

Toshiko Takaezu (June 17, 1922-March 9, 2011) was a Japanese-American ceramist and painter whose closed forms helped to elevate ceramics from functional to fine art.
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Untitled by Toshiko Takaezu
c.1990-1999 / Glazed stoneware / 14-1/2″x6-1/2″ / Art Institute of Chicago, IL

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Born June 16~ Yamashita Rin

Yamashita Rin (June 16, 1857-January 26, 1939) was a painter of icons for the Japanese Orthodox Church.
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Icon of The Resurrection of Christ by Yamashita Rin / c. 1891
Oil on paper, lacquered / 12-3/5″x10-2/5″ / Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia

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Born June 15~ Anna Mahler

Anna Justine Mahler (June 15, 1904-June 3, 1988) was an Austrian sculptor. Born in Vienna, Anna Mahler was the second child of the composer Gustav Mahler and his wife Alma Schindler.
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Tower of Masks by Anna Mahler
1961 / Limestone / Height: 15 ft / University of California (UCLA)  Photo © Ewald Judt

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Born June 14~ Agnes Tait

Agnes Tait (June 14, 1894-August 23, 1981) was an American painter, pen-and-ink artist, lithographer, book illustrator, and muralist.
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above: The Aristocrat by Agnes Tait / 1936 / Lithograph / Image: 13-1/2″x9-15/16″
Various collections, including Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, TX
below: Felicity by Agnes Tait / 1937 / Lithograph / Image: 13-1/4″x10-9/16″
Various collections, including Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, TX

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