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 Helen Raymond Braunschweiger  (1895 - 1987)



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Lived/Active: California/Connecticut      Known for: landscape, still life, figure, Painter

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Born in Norwich, Connecticut on November 15, 1895. Braunschweiger began painting as a child and studied art for three years at Boston University. She appears to have moved to California in the 1940s. She was a pupil of Marjorie Reed, Marques Reitzel, and Frederick Taubes. She died in Los Angeles on September 5, 1987. An impressionist, her works include still lifes, landscapes, and figure studies. Member: American Artists Professional League; Desert Art Center.
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Helen R. Braunschweiger was born in Norwich, Connecticut on November 11, 1895. Braunschweiger painted landscapes, still life works, and figures, in an impressionist manner. Known as "Mrs. B", she began studying art as a child. She studied for three years at the Boston University Art School. Before moving to California she was awarded an Honorary Fellowship at the American Artist's Professional League.
After moving to California she studied with Marjorie Reed, Marques Reitzel, Frederic Taubes, William Darling, and Claude Parsons.

For 27 years she spent her winters in Palm Springs and eventually moved to California on a permanent basis. In 1970 she was a resident of Bel Air (in the Los Angeles area).

"Mrs. B" exhibited her works at the American Artist's Professional League, American Institute of Fine Art, Desert Art Center and the California Art Club. Braunschweiger had three one-woman shows in New York City, several in Palm Springs and Los Angeles, one in Rome, Italy, and at the Clyde Zulch Gallery in Costa Mesa, California. She was an award winner in many of the venues in which she exhibited her works. "Mrs. B" was an artist member of the American Artist's Professional League, the Desert Art Center, and the California Art Club.

Her works are in public and private collections throughout the United States, Mexico and Europe. Helen R. Braunschweiger died, at the age of 91, in Los Angeles, California on September 5, 1987.

Sources include: Treasury of Living Art, California Death Index, Creb's

Biography of Helen F. Braunschweiger submitted by Gary Stanley/ArtSanDiego

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