Natalie Van Vleck
(1901 - 1981)
Natalie Van Vleck was active/lived in Connecticut. Natalie Van Vleck is known for cubist painting, prints, craftsperson.
Biography Natalie Van Vleck
Natalie Van Vleck was among the earliest American women modernists, working in a cubist style in the early 1920s. Raised in New York, she studied at the Art Student's League (starting at age fourteen) for five years under the portraitist, Agnes Richmond. She then studied with George Bridgman (1919) and the modernist, Max Weber (1921-22).
Van Vleck was also a craftsperson, and in 1924 she established a "Wood Carving" studio on 45th Street in New York where she carved picture frames, screens, panels, cabinets, boxes, and other carving objects. She traveled frequently in search of new subjects of inspiration, painting in Mallorca (1921), the Caribbean (1924, 1926, 1929), and spent the winters of 1930-32 on the island of Moorea near Tah
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