Born in San Diego, CA on April 28, 1903. Amy Klauber studied at Mills College (Oakland) under Roi Partridge, and in Vienna at the Kunstgewerbeschule (1929-31). She was the wife of Paul Heyneman from 1923-33 and in 1934 wed Paul Wormser. She later returned to the CSFA for further study with emphasis on applied design. Her paintings were done between 1920-1940s; she then specialized in fabric and wallpaper design. She died in San Diego on May 7, 1988. Member: San Diego Museum of Art; Asian Arts Committee. Exh: Artists Cooperative Gallery (SF), 1934 (solo); SF Academy of Sciences (1955); San Diego Public Library; San Diego FA Gallery. In: San Diego Natural History Museum (Wild Flowers of Lake Tahoe).
Source: Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
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