Diane Duvigneaud was active/lived in Illinois, Tennessee, Ontario. Diane Duvigneaud is known for abstraction.
Biography Diane Duvigneaud
A painter and art teacher born in Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Diane Duvigneaud was active in Illinois where she attended the American Academy and the Art Institute in Chicago and Northwestern University at Evanston. She also studied in 1945 with Hans Hoffman at his school in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Teaching positions were the James Lee Academy of Art in Memphis, Tennessee, and North Central College in Naperville, Illinois.
Duvigneaud exhibited widely including the Pennsylvania Academy, Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and the Brooks Memorial Gallery in Memphis, Tennessee.
Louise Dunn Yochim, "Role and Impact: The Chicago Society of Artists"