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Hilla Rebay

 (1890 - 1967)
Hilla Anna Rebay was active/lived in New York.  Hilla Rebay is known for cubist-non ob, other mod imagery.

Hilla Rebay

A woman credited largely for the existence of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City, Hilla Rebay also was an accomplished artist in modernist styles that included collage and biogmorphic-linear oil paintings.  She is remembered primarily for being the key person in first exposing the American public to avant-garde art and creating revolutionary museum environments for that art.  To remind the public that Rebay was an artist in her own right, curators at the Guggenheim Museum held a retrospective of her work in the spring and summer of 2005.

Hilla Rebay (pronounced reh-bye) was born to minor nobility in Strasbourg, Alsace and had the full name of Baroness Hildegard Anna Augusta Elisabeth Rebay von Ehren  ...  Displaying 750 of 9862 characters.

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About  Hilla Rebay

Born:  1890 - Strasbourg, Alsace, France
Died:   1967 - Westport/ Connecticut
Known for:  cubist-non ob, other mod imagery