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

Born February 7~ Ethel Carrick

Ethel Carrick (February 7, 1872-June 17, 1952), also known by her married name Ethel Carrick Fox, was an English-born Impressionist and Post-Impressionist painter.
Biography on Wikipedia:

La Marée Haute à Saint Malo by Ethel Carrick
c.1911-12 / Oil on canvas / 31″x25 1/5″ / Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

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Born February 2~ Loren MacIver

Loren MacIver (February 2, 1909-March 3, 1998) was an American painter and the first woman represented in MoMA’s permanent collection.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Downstairs by Loren MacIver
c.1936-1939 / Oil on canvas / 30 1⁄4″x20 1⁄8″ / Smithsonian American Art Museum, DC

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Born February 1~ Doris Lee

Doris Lee (February 1, 1905-June 16, 1983) was an American painter known for her figurative painting and printmaking.
Biography on Wikipedia:

“Country Post” (Detail) by Doris Lee
1938 / Mural, oil on canvas / 72″x163″
William J. Clinton Federal Building (formerly the Ariel Rios Federal Building), DC

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Further reading:
Doris Lee on the U.S. General Services Administration website

Born January 29~ Elisabeth Büchsel

Elisabeth Büchsel (January 29, 1867-July 3, 1957) was a German painter known for her Impressionist portraits and landscapes.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Hiddense fishermen at the Garden Fence by Elisabeth Büchsel
1913 / Oil on canvas / Stralsund Museum, Stralsund, Germany

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Further reading:
Google translation of ‘The painter from Hiddensee’ at Schweriner Volkszeitung newspape
Google translation of ‘Elisabeth Büchsel’ at Gallery “The Panther“

Born January 23~ Lydia Field Emmet

Lydia Field Emmet (January 23, 1866-August 16, 1952) was an American artist
best known as a painter of portraits, particularly of children.
Biography on Wikipedia:

The Brothers by Lydia Field Emmet
1909 / Oil on canvas / 64 3/16″x47 5/16″ / Brooklyn Museum, NY, NY

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Born January 22~ Kiki Kogelnik

Kiki Kogelnik (1935–1997) was an Austrian painter, sculptor, and printmaker.
Biography on National Museum of Women in the Arts:

Fly Me to the Moon by Kiki Kogelnik
1963 / Oil and acrylic on canvas / 96″x72 3/5″ / Kiki Kogelnik Foundation, New York

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Born January 20~ Susan Rothenberg

Susan Rothenberg (January 20, 1945-May 18, 2020) was an American contemporary painter, printmaker, sculptor, and draughtswoman.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Pink Raven by Susan Rothenberg
2012 / Oil on canvas / 62 3/8″x48″ / Sperone Westwater Gallery, NYC

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Born January 17~ Melitta Auwaerter Schnarrenberger

Melitta Sleeping by Wilhelm Schnarrenberger, 1934

Self-portrait with Melitta by Wilhelm Schnarrenberger, 1936

The painter who signed her name “Melitta” created most of her artwork beginning when she was in her late sixties. Melitta Auwaerter was born in Pforzheim, Germany, in 1909. In 1915, her father sold his jewelry factory and moved the family to Karlsruhe. Melitta studied painting at Karlsruhe’s Academy of Fine Arts from 1927 to 1930. This is where she met her future husband, painter and professor Wilhelm Schnarrenberger (1892-1966). They married in 1930. Only a few drawings, watercolors and pastels are known to exist from the years of her marriage. The couple’s daughter Vera was born in 1931, and in 1933 the family moved to Berlin after Wilhelm lost his job at the Academy for political reasons. By 1938, the couple decided that the political situation meant it was time to move again. They went to Lenzkirch, a municipality in the Black Forest, where they opened a guesthouse. Melitta and Wilhelm divorced in 1946, and Melitta subsequently managed the guesthouse on her own. She became active in politics and social work, and from 1959 to 1977 was a member of the municipal council of Lenzkirch. As her political career wound down, Melitta at long last began to paint again. Between 1977 and her death she created over 150 paintings, mostly oils, and exhibited in a number of solo and group exhibitions. Melitta painted primarily landscapes, still lifes, and portraits. Melitta Schnarrenberger died in Lenzkirch in 1996. A memorial exhibition was held in 1997 in Schluchsee-Seebrugg.

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Born January 16~ Gerta Overbeck

Gerta Overbeck was a painter, teacher, and a participant in the German New Objectivity movement
Biography on FemBio:

Six-day race Westfalenhalle Dortmund by Gerta Overbeck
1926 / Indian ink drawing on paper / 8 4/5″x11 1/4″
Museum for Art and Cultural History of the City of Dortmund, Germany

Gerta Overbeck on Artnet:

Further reading:
Google translation of “women / ruhr / history” site