Isabelle Schultz Churchman
(1896 - 1988)
Isabelle Schultz Churchman was active/lived in California, Maryland. Isabelle Churchman is known for miniature figure sculpture, teaching.
Biography Isabelle Schultz Churchman
The daughter of a successful carpet manufacturer, Isabelle Churchman began her art studies at the Maryland Institute of Art in 1914. She transferred to Goucher College also in Baltimore in 1916, where she remained for two years. Afterwards, she attended Columbia Teachers' College in New York, which graduated her in 1920. Returning to Baltimore, Isabelle enrolled in the Rinehart School of Sculpture where her instructors included Ephraim Keyser, J. Maxwell Miller, and Herbert Adams. In 1922, she obtained a travel scholarship to Europe after exhibiting her small bronze Dancing Fauns in a Rinehart competition.
When she returned from her European studies, Isabelle began teaching, and from 1926 to 1930 taught
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