Born July 22~ Claire Falkenstein

Claire Falkenstein (July 22, 1908-October 23, 1997) was an American sculptor, painter, printmaker, jewelry designer, and teacher best known for her large-scale fusions of metal and melted glass.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Conic by Claire Falkenstein
1959 / Brazed copper / 70″x38-1⁄2″x10-1⁄2″ / Smithsonian American Art Museum, DC

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Born July 21~ Edwina Dumm

Frances Edwina Dumm (July 21, 1893-April 28, 1990) was a comic strip artist, writer, and illustrator, as well as America’s first full-time female editorial cartoonist.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Cap Stubbs & Tippie by Edwina Dumm
Cap Stubbs was a strip that debuted in 1918 and lasted under various titles until Edwina Dumm retired in 1966

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Born July 20~ Anne Ryan

Anne Ryan (July 20, 1889-April 18, 1954) was a writer, painter, printmaker, and collagist who belonged to the early generation of New York School Abstract Expressionist artists.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Collage, 353 by Anne Ryan
1949 / Cut-and-pasted colored paper, cloth, and string on paper / 7-1/2″x6-7/8″ / MoMA, NYC

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Born July 19~ Marcel Moore

Marcel Moore (July 19, 1892-February 19, 1972) was a French illustrator, collage artist, and designer. She is best known for her collaborative writing and photography with her partner Claude Cahun.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Judith by Marcel Moore
1926 / Illustration for Claude Cahun’s Héroïnes series of monologues / Jersey Heritage Trust

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Born July 18~ Elisabeth von Eicken

Elisabeth von Eicken (July 18, 1862-July 21, 1940 was a German landscape painter.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Fishermen on the Bodden near Ahrenshoop by Elisabeth von Eicken
C.1895 / Oil on canvas / 12-3/5″x9-4/5″ / Private collection

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Born July 17~ Berenice Abbott

Berenice Alice Abbott (July 17, 1898-December 9, 1991) was an American photographer best known for her photographs of architecture and urban design of the 1930s, especially of NYC.
Biography on Wikipedia:

New York City at Night by Berenice Abbott
1932 / Gelatin silver print / 13-1/2″x10 1/2″ / Various collections

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Born July 16~ Mildred Coughlin

Mildred Coughlin (July 16, 1892-December 3, 1984) was an American artist known for painting, illustration, and printmaking.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Corner of Christopher and Bleeker St., N.Y. by Mildred Coughlin
C.1924-1930 / Etching on paper / 6-1⁄8″x5-1⁄4″ / Smithsonian American Art Museum, DC

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Born July 15 (or not?*)~ Bessie MacNicol

Elizabeth “Bessie” MacNicol (1869–1904) was a Scottish painter and member of the Glasgow Girls group of artists.
Biography on Wikipedia:

A Girl of the Sixties by Bessie MacNicol
c.1900 / Oil on canvas / 32″x24″ / Glasgow Museums Resource Centre, Scotland, UK

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* Wikipedia lists the date as July 5, Grove Art Online lists it as July 15, and Benezit Dictionary of Artists as July 17, and various sites support one or another of these three. I have arbitrarily chosen to go with the 15th.

Born July 14~ Juliette Wytsman

Juliette Wytsman-Trullemans (July 14, 1866-March 8, 1925) was a Belgian impressionist painter of landscapes and gardens.
Chrysanthèmes roses by Juliette Wytsman
No date / Oil on canvas / 25-4/5″x17″ / Private collection

Born July 13~ Bronisława Rychter-Janowska

Bronisława Rychter-Janowska (July 13, 1868-September 29, 1953) was a Polish realist painter associated with the Kraków-based Young Poland movement.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Jasna noc w Tatrach by Bronisława Rychter-Janowska
C.1920 / Oil on cardboard / 13-4/5″x19-3/4″ / Private collection

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