(1898 - 1988)
Selma L. Oppenheimer was active/lived in Maryland. Selma Oppenheimer is known for mod figure.
Biography Selma Oppenheimer
Baltimore artist Selma L. Oppenheimer (1898-1988) graduated from Goucher College in 1919 and then studied costume design and portrait at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Among her teachers were Leon Kroll and Henry Roben. Later she worked in oils, watercolors, pen and ink, and sculpture in styles that ranged from realistic to abstract. She was known for her bold experimentation in all media and was referred to as "the dean of Maryland's women artists" by fellow artist, Bennard Perlman.
Throughout her career Ms. Oppenheimer exhibited in juried shows at the Corcoran and Phillips galleries in the District of Columbia, in Richmond, the Philadelphia Art Alliance, the Chicago Art Institute, Sarasota, San Francisco, the Midtown Galle
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