Born October 21~ Brigitte Coudrain

Brigitte Coudrain (born October 21, 1934) is a French engraver, painter, and illustrator.
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New York City by Brigitte Coudrain
1967 / Color lithograph / 21″x18″ / Smithsonian American Art Museum, DC

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Born October 15~ Minna Citron

Minna Wright Citron (October 15, 1896-December 23, 1991) was an American painter and printmaker. In the early 1940s, Citron’s work shifted from figurative work towards a more abstract style.
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Men Seldom Make Passes by Minna Citron
1946 / Soft-ground etching, engraving, aquatint, and gauffrage with stencil / Image: 14-15/16″x9-1/4″
Various collections, including Palmer Museum of Art, Penn State University, University Park, PA

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Born October 13~ Edna Boies Hopkins

Edna Boies Hopkins (October 13, 1872-March 24, 1937) was an American artist who made woodblock prints, based upon Japanese ukiyo-e art and techniques she learned from Arthur Wesley Dow.
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Pepper by Edna Boies Hopkins
c.1907 / Color woodcut / 10-7/8″x7-5/16″ / Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA

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Born October 9~ Victoria Hutson Huntley

Victoria Ebbels Hutson Huntley (October 9, 1900-1971) was a painter, printmaker, muralist, and educator who worked in New York City, Florida, and New Jersey.
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The Flame Bird, Roseate Spoonbill by Victoria Hutson Huntley
1952 / Lithograph on paper / 15-3/4″x11-3/8″ / Private collection

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Born September 23~ Louise Nevelson

Louise Nevelson (September 23, 1899-April 17, 1988) was an American sculptor known for her monumental, monochromatic, wooden wall pieces and outdoor sculptures.
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Untitled by Louise Nevelson
1976-78 / Wood painted black / 86-1/4″x43-1/2″x5″ / Estate of Louise Nevelson

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Born September 19~ Ethel Mars

Ethel Mars (September 19, 1876-March 23, 1959) was an American woodblock print artist and children’s book illustrator.
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Untitled (Woman at Shop Window) by Ethel Mars
c.1905 / Color woodblock print / 7-7/8″x6-1/8″ / Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN

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Born September 17~ Mavis Pusey

Mavis Iona Pusey (September 17, 1928-April 20, 2019) was a Jamaican-born American abstract printmaker, painter, and educator known for her hard-edge, nonrepresentational images.
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Impact on Vibration by Mavis Pusey
1968 / Screenprint on paper / 33″x22-1/2″ / Petrucci Family Foundation, Asbury, NJ

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Born September 15~ Margery Ryerson

Margery Austen Ryerson (September 15, 1886-1936) was an American artist, painter, etcher, lithographer, and watercolorist. Ryerson was also involved in the creation of two well known art instruction books.
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Big Sister by Margery Ryerson
ND / Drypoint / 10″x6-7⁄8″ / Smithsonian American Art Museum, DC

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Born September 13~ Anna Lea Merritt

Anna Massey Lea Merritt (September 13, 1844-April 7, 1930) was an American painter and printmaker active in Great Britain.
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Portrait of Sir William Boxall, R.A. by Anna Lea Merritt
c.1870s / Oil on canvas / 49″x36″ / Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK

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Born September 2~ Lill Tschudi

Lill Tschudi (September 2, 1911-September 19, 2004) was a Swiss artist associated with the Grosvenor School of Modern Art. Tschudi produced over 300 linocuts in her career.
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Pass Road by Lill Tschudi
c.1951-52 / Linoleum cut printed on tissue / 13-3/5″x8-1/4″ / British Museum, London, UK

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