Born November 16~ Alice Trumbull Mason

Alice Trumbull Mason (November 16, 1904-June 28, 1971) was a pioneering abstract painter and printmaker, and a founding member of the American Abstract Artists organization.
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Meanderthal Roturns by Alice Trumbull Mason
1947 / Etching and aquatint / Image: 15-5/8″x9-5/8″ / MoMA, NYC

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Born on November 2~ Elena Brockmann

Elena Francisca María Brockmann y Llanos (November 2, 1867-January 26, 1946) was a very successful Spanish history painter. Her uncle Juan Llanos Y Keats (the poet’s nephew) was an artist and her first painting teacher.
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A Procession Passing through the Cloister of San Juan de los Reyes, Toledo
by Elena Brockmann / c.1892 / Oil on canvas / 98-4/5″x72-2/5″
On permanent loan from the Museo Nacional del Prado to Hospital Real, University of Granada

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Born October 31~ Marie Laurencin

Marie Laurencin (October 31, 1883-June 8, 1956) was a French painter, printmaker, illustrator, and stage designer. Although influenced by cubism and fauvism, she developed her own delicate approach.
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Perfect Little Girls by Marie Laurencin
1913 / Oil on panel / 21″x16-1/2″ / Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA

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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