Born March 31~ Jay DeFeo

Jay DeFeo (March 31, 1929-November 11, 1989) was an American artist and a pivotal figure in the 1950s San Francisco community of Beat artists, musicians, and poets.
Biography on Wikipedia:

The Rose by Jay DeFeo
1958-66 / Oil with wood and mica on canvas / 128 7/8″x92 1/4″x11″ / Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC

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Born March 30~ Raquel Rabinovich

Raquel Rabinovich is an Argentinian-American artist known for monochromatic paintings and drawings, large-scale glass sculpture environments, and site-specific installations.
Biography on her website:

Untitled by Raquel Rabinovich
1983 / Lithograph / 28 1/3″x21 1/4″ / Banco de la República, Colombia

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Born March 29~ Dora Carrington

Dora de Houghton Carrington (March 29, 1893-March 11, 1932), known generally as Carrington, was an English painter and decorative artist.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Spanish Boy, the Accordion Player by Dora Carrington
c.1924 / Oil on canvas / 25″x20″ / The Higgins Bedford, Bedford, UK

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Born March 29~ Cecile Walton

Cecile Walton (March 29, 1891-April 23, 1956) was a Scottish painter, illustrator, and sculptor.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Spirit of the Sea by Cecile Walton
N.D. / Pencil and watercolor with touches of gouache, on paper / 9 1/2″x6″ / Private collection

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Born March 28~ Grace Hartigan

Grace Hartigan (March 28, 1922-November 15, 2008) was a leading Abstract Expressionist known for incorporating representational imagery into her abstract canvases.
Biography on Guggenheim:

Eleanor of Aquitaine by Grace Hartigan
1983 / Oil on canvas / 77 3/4″x71 3/4″ / Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE

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Born March 27~ Daphne Todd

Daphne Todd OBE (born March 27, 1947) is an English artist and was the first female President of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Baron Sainsbury of Preston Candover by Daphne Todd
2001 / Oil on birch panel / 60 1/4″x42″ / National Portrait Gallery, London

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Born March 26~ Ethel Gabain

Painter and lithographer Ethel Léontine Gabain, later Ethel Copley, (March 26, 1883-January 30, 1950) was one of six female artists selected as official war artists during the Second World War.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Women Welders at Williams & Williams, Chester by Ethel Gabain
1940s / Oil on canvas / 39 1/2″x37″ / Grosvenor Museum, Chester, UK

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Born March 25~ Maria Tesselschade Visscher

Maria Tesselschade Visscher (March 25, 1594-June 20, 1649) was a Dutch poet and engraver.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Engraved Roemer attributed to Maria Tesselschade Visscher
c.1625-1650 / Glass with diamond engraving / Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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in Dutch: a biography of Maria Tesselschade Visscher
Google translation: “New finds give Maria Tesselschade a face”

Born March 24~ Pauline Auzou

Pauline Auzou (March 24, 1775-May 15, 1835) was a successful French painter and art instructor, who exhibited at the Paris Salon.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Daria, ou l’effroi maternel by Pauline Auzou
1810 / Oil on canvas / 76 3/4″x60 5/8″ / Private collection

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Born March 23~ Ilse Bing

Ilse Bing (March 23, 1899-March 10, 1998) was a leading photojournalist and commercial photographer during the 30s and 40s.
Biography on Wikipedia:

New York Public Library by Ilse Bing
1949 / Gelatin silver print / 13 7/16″x9 5/8″ / Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, MA

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