Born February 24~ Ida Matton

Ida Elisabeth Matton (February 24, 1863-July 7, 1940) was a Swedish artist, primarily a sculptor, who was active in Paris for most of her adult life.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Sculpted Portrait of a Woman by Ida Matton
1891 / Terracotta / 13 3/4″x15 3/4″x11 4/5″ / Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, Sweden

Ida Matton on the DigitalMuseum:

Further reading:
The Artist Ida Matton (translated by Google)

Born February 23~ Broncia Koller-Pinell

Broncia Koller-Pinell (February 23, 1863-April 26, 1934) was an Austrian Expressionist painter said to be the first to bring attributes of French Impressionism into Austrian painting.
Biography on Jewish Women’s Archive:

The Mother of the Artist by Broncia Koller-Pinell
1907 / Oil on canvas / 35 4/5″x30 1/2″ / Austrian Gallery Belvedere, Vienna, AT

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Broncia Koller-Pinell  1863-1934
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Born February 22~ Sarah Paxton Ball Dodson

Sarah Paxton Ball Dodson (February 22, 1847-January 8, 1906) was one of the leading American women artists in Paris during the 1880s.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Under the Weeping Ash Tree by Sarah Paxton Ball Dodson
1900 / Oil on canvas / 24″x18″ / Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA

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Born February 21~ Grace Carpenter Hudson

Grace Carpenter Hudson (1865–1937) was an American painter nationally known during her lifetime for portraits of the Pomo Indians of Northern California.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Kai-Dai by Grace Carpenter Hudson
1913 / Oil on canvas / 23″x17″ / Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA

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Born February 20~ Louisa Matthíasdóttir

Louisa Matthiasdottir (February 20, 1917-February 26, 2000) was an Icelandic-American painter.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Self-Portrait in Overalls by Louisa Matthíasdóttir
N.D. / 68″x38″ / National Academy of Design, New York

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Born February 19~ Gabriele Münter

Gabriele Münter (February 19, 1877-May 19, 1962) was a German expressionist painter who was at the forefront of the Munich avant-garde in the early 20th century.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Lady in an Armchair, Writing by Gabriele Münter
1929 / Oil on canvas / 24 1/5″x18 1/5″ / Municipal Gallery of the Lenbachhaus, Munich, Germany

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Born February 18~ Takako Saito

Takako Saito (born 1929) is a Japanese artist closely associated with Fluxus, the international collective of avant-garde artists that was active primarily in the 1960s and 1970s.
Biography on Wikipedia:

70 cm. x 70 cm’s Freedom by Takako Saito
1991 / Assemblage: Iron box containing different objects with magnet / 39 2/5″x28″x6″

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Born February 17~ Gertrude Abercrombie

Gertrude Abercrombie (February 17, 1909-July 3, 1977) was a surrealist painter based in Chicago.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Self-Portrait in Green by Gertrude Abercrombie
1938 / Oil on canvas / Collection of the Illinois State Museum

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Born February 16~ Mary Jane Peale

Mary Jane Peale (February 16, 1827-November 22, 1902) was an American painter, and among the last members of the Peale family to paint professionally.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Rubens Peale, Aged 71 by Mary Jane Peale
1855 / Oil on canvas / 30″x25″ / Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA

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Born February 14~ Marion Mahony Griffin

Architect, community planner, and delineator Marion Mahony Griffin, the second woman to graduate in architecture from MIT, worked in the United States, Australia, and India.
Biography on Pioneering Women of American Architecture:

Griffin’s unpublished autobiography:

Marion Mahony Griffin on the Ryerson and Burnham Art & Architecture Archive

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