(1894 - 1984)
Rosella (Fiene) Hartman was active/lived in New York, Kansas. Rosella Hartman is known for wildlife in landscape and still life painting.
Biography Rosella Hartman
The following is from Amy Hartman:
Rosella Hartman was born in 1894 in Kansas of German-Swiss parentage. Like
her brother, artist Bertram Hartman, she first studied art at the Art
Institute of Chicago, and later the Art Students League in New York. While
attending the League's summer workshop in Woodstock, New York, Rosella met local sculptor Paul Fiene, whom she married in 1923.
Hartman was greatly inspired by Woodstock's natural setting, studying the
population of deer, racoons and fox; she began making wildlife landscapes in
lithograph, watercolor and oil. In 1934, her first Guggenheim Award afforded
her a year of study in southern Germany and France. Hartman returned to
Europe a second time in 1
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