(1891 - 1987)
Rose A. Jacobson was active/lived in New York. Rose Jacobson is known for portrait, figure, building, landscape.
Rose A. Jacobson was a native of the Bronx. She received her art education at The American Artist School located at 131 West 14th Street, New York City. The school was somewhat obscure compared to other notable establisments, but considered to be very innovative for the times. The institution was associated with Socialism and The American Radical Movement. It was a progressive and independent association that opened in February 1936. During the first year it was under the dirrectorship of Harry Gottlieb (1895-1993). The board of directors consisted of a group of noted off beat recognized Americans, including William Gropper, Margaret Bourke White, Adolph Dehn, Stuart Davis, Philip Evergood, Paul Man ... Displaying 750 of 3869 characters.