Pauline Amalie (Rudolph) Dohn
(1865 - 1934)
Pauline Amalie (Rudolph) Dohn was active/lived in Illinois, California. Pauline Dohn is known for landscape, figure, genre and portrait painting.
Pauline Amalie Dohn, whom friends called "Lena", was born in Chicago in
1866. Her father Adolph W. Dohn was the first conductor of the Apollo
Musical Club and later a founder of the Chicago Orchestral
Association. A brilliant child she graduated from high school at
the age of thirteen and entered the Chicago Academy of Design,
graduating in 1882 (at that point the Academy merged with the School of
the Art Institute of Chicago).
She went to Philadelphia to
study with Thomas Anshutz and Thomas Eakins at the Pennsylvania Academy
of the Fine Arts from 1883 to 1885. Between 1885 and 1887, she
traveled throughout Europe before enrolling at the Academie Julian
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