Lucile E Lundquist Blanch
(1895 - 1981)
Lucile E. Lundquist Blanch was active/lived in New York, South Carolina, California, Minnesota. Lucile Blanch is known for abstract and realist landscape and Indian figure easel and mural painting.
Painter and lithographer Lucille Linquist Blanch, born in Hawley, Minnesota in 1895, was, by her mid-thirties, already represented by a number of paintings in the collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art. She would receive a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1933.
She studied at the Minneapolis Art Institute during World War I, 1914 to 1918, with fellow students Harry Gottlieb, Adolph Dehn and Arnold Blanch (her future husband), who would all go on to successful artistic careers. She continued her education at the Art Students League in New York City after winning a scholarship. Her teachers there included Boardman Robinson, Kenneth Hayes Miller, Vincent DuMond and Frederick Gruger.
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