Born March 3~ Helen Phillips

Helen Elizabeth Phillips (March 3, 1913-January 22, 1994) was an American sculptor, printmaker, and graphic artist active in San Francisco, New York, and Paris.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Rencontre (The Meeting) by Helen Phillips
1954 / Color Intaglio / Image: 24 3/4×19″ / Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, CA

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Born February 27~ Roselle Osk

Roselle Hellenberg Osk (1884–1954) was an American realist printmaker known for her drypoints and etchings.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Six O’clock by Roselle Osk
c.1935 / Drypoint / Plate: 10″x8″ / Various collections, including Ackland Art Museum at UNC-Chapel Hill, NC

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Born February 12~ Sella Hasse

Sella Hasse (February 12, 1878-April 27, 1963) was a German painter and graphic artist.
Biography on German Wikipedia:

Telegraph Workers (Telegrafenarbeiter) by Sella Hasse
from the periodical Die Lebenden, vol. 3, no. 1/2 (Feb 1930)

1930 (print executed 1929) / Woodcut / Image: 6 5/16″x4 5/16″ / The MoMALibrary, NYC

Sella Hasse on Artnet:

Further reading:
Google translation of the city of Wismar, Germany, website
Google Books excerpt from “Dictionary of Women Artists” edited by Delia Gaze

Born February 8~ Minnie Lois Murphy

Best known as a printmaker, Minnie Lois Murphy (1901-1962) was affiliated with the WPA Federal Art Project. The Smithsonian says she was born on February 8th.
Biography on askART:

Flower Study by Minnie Lois Murphy
c.1930s / Wood engraving on paper / Image: 10 3/4″x7 3/4″
Franklin D. Roosevelt Library and Museum, Hyde Park, NY

Minnie Lois Murphy on Artnet:

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Born January 31~ Mabel Dwight

Mabel Dwight (January 31, 1875-September 4, 1955) was an American artist and lithographer.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Hat Sale by Mabel Dwight
1928 / Lithograph / Image: 12 1/8″x10 1/8″ / Various collections, incl. Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC

Mabel Dwight at The Amon Carter Museum:

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Born January 30~ Maud Hunt Squire

Maud Hunt Squire (January 30, 1873 – October 25, 1954) was an American painter and printmaker.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Untitled by Maud Hunt Squire
1929 / Watercolor and graphite on paper / 19″x24 1/4″ / Private collection

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Born January 19~ Pepi Weixlgärtner-Neutra

Pepi Weixlgärtner-Neutra (January 19, 1886-1981) was an Austrian sculptor, graphic artist, and illustrator.
Biography on Swedish Wikipedia:

Little Peasant Girl by Pepi Weixlgärtner-Neutra
c.1930 / Soft-ground etching on paper / 14″x11 4/5″ / The British Museum, London, UK

Pepi Weixlgärtner-Neutra at The British Museum:

Further reading:
“The Memory Factory: The Forgotten Women Artists of Vienna 1900” on Google Books

Born January 6~ Ruth Gikow

Ruth Gikow (January 6, 1915 Ukraine-1982 New York City) was an American visual artist.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Interior by Ruth Gikow / N.D. / Smithsonian American Art Museum, DC

Ruth Gikow on Artnet:

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Born January 4~ Frances H. Gearhart

Frances H. Gearhart (January 4, 1869-April 4, 1959) was an American printmaker and watercolorist.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Above the Trail / c.1925 / Image: 12″x10 1/16″
Various collections, including The Whitney Museum of American Art, NY, NY

Frances Hammell Gearhart on Artnet:

“The Gearhart sisters, California artists and educators”:

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