(1909 - 1997)
Elinor Elizabeth Ulman was active/lived in California. Elinor Ulman is known for Teacher, painter, illustrator, cartoonist.
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Born in Enumclaw, WA on May 3, 1909. Ulman lived in San Francisco in the 1930s while studying at the CSFA and Mills College. She died in Enumclaw on Oct. 25, 1997. Exh: CPLH, 1931-38; Oakland Art Gallery, 1932; San Francisco Art Association, 1932; De Young Museum, 1933; SF Art Center, 1933, 1938 (solos); Seattle Museum, 1935-37. In: Mills College (Oakland).
Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
California Arts and Architecture list, 1932; Washington State Artists 1850-1950
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