(1877 - 1950)
Helen (Gertrude) Sahler was active/lived in New York. Helen Sahler is known for Painter, sculptor, writer.
Biography Helen Sahler
Helen Gertrude Sahler was born in Carmel, New York in 1877. She studied at the Art Students League with Enid Yandell and Harmon A. MacNeil. She lived briefly at the National Arts Club at 15 Gramercy Park and was a member of the National Academy of Design.
In addition to sculpting and painting she also wrote on art.
After traveling in Europe, China, Japan, and Russia, she began to exhibit extensively. She won the Proctor Award at the National Academy of Design in 1945.
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
National Association of Women Artists
Art Institute of Chicago
National Sculpture Society
the 1939 New York World's Fair
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