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Mae Schupbach

 (born 1895)
Mae Allyn (Christie) Schupbach was active/lived in Oklahoma, Missouri.  Mae Schupbach is known for landscape painting, woodblock printing, teaching.

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Mae Schupbach


A painter, blockprinter, drawing specialist and teacher, she was Director of the Mae Allyn Schupbach School of Art in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  She had studied at the New York School of Fine and Applied Art and with Grant Wood, Birger Sandzen and John Fabian Carlson. 

Memberships included the Tulsa Art Association, Oklahoma Art Association, Prairie Watercolor Society and Arkansas Watercolor Society.

In 1934, she won an exhibition prize at the Tulsa Art Association.

Source:
Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art



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About  Mae Schupbach

Born:  1895 - Moberly, Missouri
Known for:  landscape painting, woodblock printing, teaching