(1906 - 1997)
Anna Walinska was active/lived in New York. Anna Walinska is known for abstraction, portrait, Holocaust themes.
Biography Anna Walinska
The following is from Rosina Rubin, who represents the estate of Anna Walinska.
A painter, illustrator and teacher at the Master Institute of Arts in New York City, Anna Walinska was born in London, England and settled in New York in 1914. Showing obvious art talent as a youngster, she first enrolled in the Art Students League in 1918 when she was age 12.
Walinska lived on and off in Paris from 1928-1930, and studied there with Andre L'Hote. She founded the Guild Art Gallery on West 57th Street in 1935, where she gave Arshile Gorky his first New York one-man show. In 1939, she served as the Assistant Creative Director of the Contemporary Art Pavilion at the New York World's Fair in 1939. She traveled around the world in 1955,
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