Zella De Milhau
(1870 - 1954)
Zella De Milhau was active/lived in New York. Zella De Milhau is known for etching, pastel painting-mountains.
Biography Zella De Milhau
A painter and etcher, Zella De Milhau was a student of William Merritt Chase at his summer school at Shinnecock, Long Island. In 1904, she settled at Shinnecock, and became so established that the Shinnecock Indian tribe adopted her, giving her the Indian name of "Chiola", meaning "she who laughs".
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