Born October 10~ Yuki Katsura

Yuki Katsura (October 10, 1913-February 5, 1991) was a Japanese artist whose career spanned six decades, from the prewar to the postwar eras, and included a wide range of genres and materials.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Charm by Yuki Katsura
1963 / Oil on canvas / 76-2/5″x51-2/5″ / Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan

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Born September 24~ Margaret Neilson Armstrong

Margaret Neilson Armstrong (September 24, 1867-July 18, 1944) was a designer of cloth bookbindings who produced over 250 cover designs. She was also an accomplished botanist, editor, and author.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Margaret Armstrong’s cover design and lettering for Twenty Centuries of Paris
Written by Mabell S.C. Smith / Published 1913 / Image from Women of Graphic Design

Margaret Neilson Armstrong covers and illustrations on The Met website:

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Born September 20~ Adrian Piper

“Adrian Margaret Smith Piper (born September 20, 1948) is a first-generation Conceptual artist and analytic philosopher who was born in New York City.”
Adrian Piper’s “reconstructed” Wikipedia:

Political Self-Portrait #2 (Race) by Adrian Piper
1978 / Photostat collage / 36″x24″ / Richard and Ellen Sandor Family Collection

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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.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Big Sister by Margery Ryerson
ND / Drypoint / 10″x6-7⁄8″ / Smithsonian American Art Museum, DC

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Born September 12~ Carmen Lomas Garza

Carmen Lomas Garza (born 1948) is an American artist and illustrator. She is well known for her work inspired by her Mexican-American heritage.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Nopalitos Frescos by Carmen Lomas Garza
1979 / Color lithograph / 9″x6″ / Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA

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Born September 11~ Eileen Mayo

Dame Eileen Rosemary Mayo DBE (September 11, 1906-January 4, 1994) was an English-born artist and designer who worked in England, Australia, and New Zealand in almost every available medium.
Biography on Wikipedia:

The Toilet by Eileen Mayo
1942 / Woodcut / 3 3/4″x3″ / Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK

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Born September 10~ Katherine S. Dreier

Katherine Sophie Dreier (September 10, 1877-March 29, 1952) was an American artist, lecturer, patron of the arts, and social reformer. Dreier was also an active suffragette.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Self-Portrait by Katherine S. Dreier
1911 / Oil on canvas / 20-1/16″x16″ / Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT

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Born August 29~ Juliette Roche

Juliette Roche (August 29, 1884-November 23, 1980) was a French painter and writer who also took part in Dada activities with Duchamp and Picabia. She married cubist artist Albert Gleizes.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Still Life with Foliage and Books by Juliette Roche
c.1930s / Oil on board / 31″x24-4/5″ / Private collection

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Born August 26~ Dorothy Rutka

Dorothy Rutka (August 26, 1907–May 20, 1985) was an American printmaker, painter, illustrator, and writer.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Strawberries by Dorothy Rutka
1936 / Color aquatint on copper, printed on paper / Cleveland, OH, Public Library Fine Arts & Special Collections

Dorothy Rutka on Digital Case | Case Western Reserve University:

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Born August 25~ Dorothea Tanning

Dorothea Margaret Tanning (August 25, 1910-January 31, 2012) was an American illustrator, painter, printmaker, sculptor, set and costume designer, writer, and poet.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Portrait de Famille (Family Portrait) by Dorothea Tanning
1954 / Oil on canvas / 39-3/8″x31-7/8″ / Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

Dorothea Tanning on Artnet:

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