Elizabeth Rutgers (Rutledge) Hardenbergh
Elizabeth Rutgers (Rutledge) Hardenbergh was active/lived in New York, Massachusetts, New Brunswick, New Jersey. Elizabeth Hardenbergh is known for Painting, crafts, floral still life, pottery-ceramics.
Biography Elizabeth Rutgers (Rutledge) Hardenbergh
Born in New Brunswick, New Jersey, Elizabeth Hardenburgh was a painter and craftsperson who was a student of Henry Bayley Snell and had a studio in New York City. There she was a member of the New York Watercolor Club, the National Association of Women painters and Sculptors, the New York Society of Ceramic Artists, and the New York Society of Painters.
She spent her summers in Woodstock, Ulster County, New York, where she was active as a potter with the Byrdcliffe Art Colony, and the rest of the year lived in New York City.
As a ceremacist, she did vases and bowls, and used some of them as subjects in her still-life paintings.
Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"