From the Smithsonian Website http://www.aaa.si.edu/collections/findingaids/decojane.htm
The Butler Museum does not own any pieces by Janet de Coux
Janet De Coux was born on October 5, 1904 in Niles, Michigan, the youngest of the five children of Bertha Wright De Coux and Rev. Charles John De Coux, an Episcopal clergyman. The family moved to Grand Rapids in 1908, and four years later to a farm in Gibsonia, outside Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
De Coux studied with Joseph Bailey Ellis at the Carnegie Institute of Technology from 1925 to 1927. She then apprenticed in the New York studio of C. Paul Jennewein for fifteen months, followed by a year at the Gorham Bronze Division learning architectural modeling.&n
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