(1894 - 1977)
Hazel Finck was active/lived in New Jersey, Connecticut. Hazel Finck is known for abstract landscape, still life.
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Born in New Haven, Connecticut, Hazel Finck studied art with Guy Wiggins and Sigismund Ivanowski, a Russian born artist living in Mountainside, New Jersey. She lived most of her life in Westfield, New Jersey, and became active in art activities, exhibiting at the Newark Art Club, the New Jersey Gallery of Art and the Westfield Art Association.
During part of her career, she taught at the State Teachers College in DeKalb, Illinois, where work is in the art collection. A member of the National Association of Women Artists, she exhibited regularly with that organization until 1951.
Source: Paul Sternberg Sr., "Art by American Women"