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
Forgotten Females Found

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 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 13~ Katharina Pepijn

Katharina Pepijn (*baptized February 13, 1619-November 12, 1688) was a Flemish painter who was known for her history and portrait paintings.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Portrait of Van der Sterre by Katharina Pepijn
1652 / Oil on canvas / 49 1/5″x39″ / Tongerlo Abbey, near Antwerp, Belgium

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Born February 11~ Ellen Day Hale

Ellen Day Hale (February 11, 1855-February 11, 1940) was an American Impressionist painter and printmaker.
Biography on Wikipedia:

June by Ellen Day Hale
c.1893 / Oil on canvas / 24″x18 1/8″ / National Museum of Women in the Arts

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Engravings at the Charleston Museum, Charleston, South Carolina

Born February 10~ Anna Boch

Anna Rosalie Boch (February 10, 1848-February 25, 1936) was a Belgian painter. In addition, Boch compiled an important collection of impressionist art, and was long believed to have been the only buyer of a van Gogh painting during his lifetime.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Woman in a Landscape by Anna Boch
c.1890-1892 / Oil on canvas / 39 3/4″x30 / Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Red Vineyard at Arles by Vincent van Gogh
How Many Paintings Did Vincent Sell during His Lifetime?