(1903 - 1988)
Irene Soravia Bianucci was active/lived in Illinois, California / Italy. Irene Bianucci is known for Designer, painter, illustrator, screenprinter.
Biography Irene Bianucci
Born Irene Bianucci in Leucca Italy, December 16, 1903, Irene Soravia emigrated to the United States in 1909, where her parents settled in Chicago. She became a U.S. citizen in 1916. She attended Millikin University in Decatur, Illinois (1923-1925), where she won the Anna Bachman Mueller prize. She later studied at the Chicago Art Institute, where her most influential teachers were Boris Anisfield, George Oberteuffer, and John W. Norton. She was invited to exhibit her paintings at the Chicago Art Institute, and won the Louis Comfort Tiffany fellowship to continue her work in New York at the Louis Comf
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