(1892 - 1971)
Dorothy Ochtman was active/lived in Connecticut. Dorothy Ochtman is known for still life, portrait, landscape.
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Born in Riverside Connecticut, she became a renowned still life,
portrait and landscape painter. Her parents were artists Leonard and
Mina Fonda Ochtman. She earned degrees from Smith and Bryn Mawr
colleges and then studied art with her father and at the National
Academy of Design in New York. On a Guggenheim Fellowship, she studied
in France in 1927 and 1928. In 1922, she became a member of the
National Association of Women Artists and was also elected an
Academician of the National Academy of Design where she showed her work
in 43 annual exhibitions.
Paul Sternberg, Sr., "Art by American Women"