Muriel Jackson (Nina) De Brennecke
Muriel Jackson (Nina) De Brennecke was active/lived in Colorado, New York / Argentina, England. Muriel De Brennecke is known for WPA wood relief sculpture, easel and mural painting.
Biography Muriel Jackson (Nina) De Brennecke
Nena (Nina) de Brennecke was born in Buenas Aires, Argentina. She was a sculptor and a mural painter, she studied at the Slade School of Fine Art, University College in London with Henri Matisse in France, and with Willie Wulf and Robert Henri.
In 1923 she married Dr. Ernest de Brennecke in London, England, they were divorsed seven years later in New York.
De Brennecke created the bronze entrance doors adorned with American Indian dancers with motifs, and she he designed the elevator doors and did a sculpture for the Board of Directors room at the Colorado Business Bank in downtown Denver. Several other guild member collaborated on the building’s interior and exterior ornamentation.
De Brennecke also did the
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