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Sister Mary Rufinia

 (1885 - 1959)
Sister Mary Rufinia was active/lived in Indiana / Germany.  Sister Mary Rufinia is known for landscape and still-life paintings, art education.

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Sister Mary Rufinia (1885-1959).

"Sister Mary Rufinia was a Lafayette artist who began painting in the 1920's.  Born in Germany in 1885, Sister Mary Rufinia was a Catholic nun who launched her nursing career in St. Elizabeth Hospital (Lafayette) in 1906.  Crippled too severely in an accident to continue nursing, she became involved as an artist and an art teacher in 1920. 

She studied at the Academy of Art in Berlin, the Art Institute of Chicago, and Duchene College. 

In the 1930's, she opened a studio at St. Francis High School near the hospital and taught watercolor, pottery and sculpture.  In an essay titled: "Reveries of an Artist" she wrote: 'For me, an artist, one of the greates   ...  Displaying 750 of 2184 characters.

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Mujer en la ventana con una vela
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