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.
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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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Born July 12~ Florence McClung

Florence Elliott White McClung (July 12, 1894-1992) was an American painter, printmaker, and art teacher who was associated with the Dallas Nine, an influential group of Dallas-based artists.
Squaw Creek Valley by Florence McClung
1937 / Oil on canvas / 24-1/4″x30-1/4″ / Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX

Born July 11~ Alexandrina Robertson Harris

Alexandrina Robertson Harris (July 11, 1886–February 1978) was a Scottish-born American painter of portrait miniatures.
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Jacqueline Cochran by Alexandrina Robertson Harris
c.1950 / Watercolor on ivory / 3-1⁄2″x2-3⁄4″ / Smithsonian American Art Museum, DC

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Born July 10~ Ulrika Pasch

Ulrika “Ulla” Fredrica Pasch (July 10, 1735-April 2, 1796) was a Swedish painter and miniaturist and a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Arts.
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Boy with Map of Scandinavia by Ulrika Pasch
1771 / Oil on canvas / 26-2/5″x21-1/4″ / Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, Sweden

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Born July 9~ Concetta Scaravaglione

Concetta Maria Scaravaglione (July 9, 1900-September 4, 1975) was an American sculptor. In 1947 Scaravaglione won the Prix de Rome award from the American Academy in Rome, which made her the first woman to ever be awarded that honor.
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Railway Mail, 1862 by Concetta Scaravaglione
1936 / Aluminum / 4’1″x1’7″x1’1″ / Ariel Rios Federal Building, Washington, D.C.

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Born July 8~ Käthe Kollwitz

Käthe Kollwitz (July 8, 1867-April 22, 1945) was a German artist who worked in painting, etching, lithography, woodcuts, and sculpture.
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Two Children at the Bannister by Käthe Kollwitz
c.1927, Charcoal on faded drawing cardboard / Käthe Kollwitz Museum, Cologne, Germany

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Born July 7~ Gertrud Natzler

Gertrud Amon Natzler (July 7, 1908-June 3, 1971) was an Austrian-American ceramicist whose collaboration with her husband Otto Natzler helped elevate ceramics to the status of fine art.
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Bell with clapper and ornament by Gertrud Natzler
1962–1965 / Ceramic / 12-1/2″x8″ / Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, CA

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Born July 6~ Frida Kahlo

Magdalena Carmen Frida Kahlo y Calderón (July 6, 1907-July 13, 1954) is one of Mexico’s best-known artists, often described as a surrealist or magical realist painter.
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El Suicidio de Dorothy Hale by Frida Kahlo
1939 / Oil on Masonite with painted frame / 23-4/5″x19-1/10″ / Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ

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Born July 5~ Virginia R. Harris

Virginia R. Harris (born July 5, 1937) is a quilt maker and master fabric artist whose work is in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Museum, the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum, and many private collections.
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Seeing Red by Virginia R. Harris
2000 / Fabrics: silk; cotton; other / 54″ x 40″ / Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum, Golden, CO

World Quilts: The American Story~

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