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 Amalia Kussner Coudert  (1863 - 1932)

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Lived/Active: New York/Indiana / England/Switzerland      Known for: miniature portrait painter-notables

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Born in Crawfordsville, Indiana, Amalia Kussner, whose married name was Coudert, was raised in Terre Haute and then in the mid 1880s went to New York City to study art with Madame de Silva and a Mrs. Bradford.  She spent a few years in Indiana and returned to New York in 1891 to work as a staff artist at Tiffany Studios.  Her reputation was also becoming established for miniature portraits of prominent New Yorkers including Lillian Russell, the actress.   She also did portrait painting in Chicago, where her family was living.  By 1896, she was in London, where she painted miniatures of nobility such as the Prince of Wales, Cecil Rhodes and Czar Nicholas II in1899.

In 1900 in New York City, Coudert married Captain Charles duPont Coudert, and fourteen years later, the couple made their home in England, purchasing Windlesham Hall in Surrey.

In 1932, Amalia Coudert died in Montreux, Switzerland of a lung ailment.

Judith Vale Newton and Carole Ann Weiss, Skirting the Issue, p. 267

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