(1871 - 1966)
Anna Hasselman was active/lived in Indiana, Delaware. Anna Hasselman is known for streetscene and landscape painting, etching.
Biography Anna Hasselman
Anna Hasselman was a painter, museum curator, teacher and etcher who
was born and lived in Indianapolis, Indiana. She studied at the
Art Students League, the Art Institute of Chicago, and with William
Merritt Chase, Charles Hawthorne, and William Forsyth. She also studied
at Columbia University and Mount Vernon Seminary.
From 1925 to
1935, she was an instructor in art history at the Herron Art Institute,
and from 1930 to 1952 was also a curator at that Institute. For ten
years, she was an instructor at the Mount Vernon Seminary. She retired
Among the locations where she painted was Washington DC.
Peter Falk, Who Was Who in American Art
also viewed by people who viewed Anna Hasselman