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 Lucie (Lucille) Hartrath  (1868 - 1962)

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Lived/Active: Illinois/Massachusetts      Known for: landscape, figure-genre and portrait painting

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Biography from Treadway/Toomey:
Born in Boston, Lucie Hartrath was considered by many people to be one of the more talented artists in the Chicago area in the early 20th century.  She was known for her Impressionist landscapes, and early recognized the beauties of the local countrysides.

She was a student of John Vanderpoel at the Art Institute of Chicago and in 1901 attended the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. That same year, she exhibited at the Paris Salon and also in Berlin, Dusseldorf, and Munich. From 1902-1904, she headed the Rockford College art department in Rockford, Illinois and then returned to Munich to study with Angelo Jank.

In 1908, Hartrath established a studio in Chicago and began painting in Nashville, Brown County, Indiana, which she first visited between 1908 and 1910. Like many Chicago painters, she rented a summer cabin there, and the Brown County hills were an excellent source for her landscape subjects.

She exhibited widely in Chicago and Indiana including the Chicago Municipal Art league and the Hoosier Salon and was a founding member of the Chicago Women's Salon.

Biography from Williams American Art Galleries:
Art Students League of New York, 1896
Art Institute of Chicago with John Vanderpoel, 1894-5, 1898
Paris with Rixens, Courtois and Collin, 1898-1900
Munich with Angelo Jank, 1906-7

Brown County Art Gallery Association, Indiana (charter member, 1926)
Chicago Painters & Sculptors Association
Cordon Club, Chicago
Chicago Art Club
Künstlerinnen Verein, Munich
National Association of Women Painters & Sculptors (elected 1924)
Chicago Women’s Salon (founding member)
Hoosier Salon Patrons Association
Society of Western Artists
Municipal Art League, Chicago
Chicago Society of Artists
Chicago Watercolor Club
Artists Guild of Chicago
Chicago Galleries Association
American Womens’ Art Association of Paris

Chicago Union League Club
Friedman Collection, Chicago
Louise and Alan Sellars Collection, Indianapolis, Indiana
Governor’s Mansion, Springfield, Illinois
Municipal Art League, Chicago
Public School Art Society, Chicago
South Bend Regional Museum of Art, Indiana
Public School, Gary, Indiana
Bedford Public Library, Indiana
Brown County Art Gallery & Museum, Nashville, Indiana
The John H. Vanderpoel Art Association, Chicago, Illinois
The Bridges Collection, Chicago
Dailey Family Memorial Collection of Hoosier Art, Indiana University
Tri Kappa Art Collection, Rose-Hulman Inst. of Technology, Indiana
Illinois State Museum, Springfield

Rockford College, Illinois, Head of the Department of Drawing and Painting, 1902-04

Art Institute of Chicago, 45 annuals, 1895-1933 (prizes, 1911, 1912, 1915, 1916)
Paris Salon, 1901
Berlin, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Munich, 1901-1902
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1902-04, 1909, 1919-22
Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, 1904
Pan-Pacific International Expo., San Francisco, 1915
Municipal Art League, Chicago (prize)
Chicago Galleries Association, 1929 (solo)
Hoosier Salon, 1925-41 (prizes in 1925, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 35, 37, 39, 41)
Chicago Painters & Sculptors, 1939 (gold)
National Association of Women Artists
Society of Western Artists Annual Exhibition, 1896-97, 1902, 1908-10
Tennessee Centennial and International Exhibition, Nashville, 1897
Cincinnati Art Museum, 1904, 1908
Brown County Art Gallery Association, Nashville, Indiana, 1926, 1929, 1939
Cordon Club Gallery, Chicago, 1931, 1935
Indiana University, Bloomington, 1932

Falk (ed.), Who Was Who in American Art 1564-1975
Massillon Museum, Midwestern Visions of Impressionism: 1890-1930
Dunbier (ed.), The Artists Bluebook 34,000 North American Artists to March 2005
Richter and Greenhouse, Union League Club of Chicago Art Collection
Gerdts, The Friedman Collection: Artists of Chicago
Gerdts, Peterson & Yount, Pennsylvania Impressionism
Falk (ed.), The Annual Exhibition Record of the Art Institute of Chicago
Letsinger-Miller, The Artists of Brown County
Nesbit (ed.), Those Brown County Artists, The Ones Who Came, The Ones Who Stayed
The Ones Who Moved On 1900-1950
Newton and Weiss, The Grand Tradition: The Art and Artists of the Hoosier Salon, 1925-1990
Sternberg, Art by American Women, Collection of Louise and Alan Sellars
Sternberg, Art by American Women
Gerdts, Art Across America: The South, Near Midwest, Vol. Two
Newton and Weiss, Skirting the Issue: Stories of Indiana’s Historical Women Artists
Greenhouse and Weininger, Chicago Painting 1895-1945, The Bridges Collection
Universal Exposition (ed.), Saint Louis, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904
Mallett, Index of Artists: International-Biographical
Sternberg, Centennial Exhibition 1889-1989, National Assoc. of Women Artists
Breckinridge, Second National Exhibition of American Art Summer 1937
Falk (ed.), Annual Exhibition Record, 1914-68, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Falk, Annual Exhibition Record, 1876-1913, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Opitz (ed.), Mantle Fielding’s Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors & Engravers
Falk (ed.), Who Was Who in American Art: Artists Active Between 1898-1947
Petteys, Dictionary of Women Artists: An International Dictionary of Women Artists Born Before 1900
Burnet, Art and Artists of Indiana

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