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Annette Rosenshine

 (1880 - 1971)
Annette Rosenshine was active/lived in California.  Annette Rosenshine is known for sculpture-abstraction.

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The sculptress known for her work in miniature, Annette Rosenshine, was born in San Francisco in 1880. She studied at the Mark Hopkins Institute in San Francisco, and most notably, with Henri Matisse in Paris. The Mark Hopkins Institute was established in a mansion on Nob Hill in February 1893, by Mr. Edward F. Searles, who donated the Hopkins Mansion to the University of California in trust for the San Francisco Art Institute. The aim of the institute was to provide "instruction in and illustration of the fine arts, music, and literature." The mansion sadly burned to the ground in the fires started by the 1906 earthquake. The University of Berkeley owns a typescript of her reminiscences in which she describes her childhood in San Francisco   ...  Displaying 750 of 5663 characters.

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