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 Hilda Pucher Mohle Morris  (1902 - 1994)

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Hilda Morris was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on May 20, 1902, the same day as was Cuba's independence. Her birth name was Hilda Marquerita Cuba Pucher, and her parents were immigrants from Austria-Hungary and Switzerland.

Because she was a sickly child, her family moved to San Diego in 1905 and she grew up there with one brother and two sisters. She married Robert P. Mohle, and they had two sons. After her first husband's death, she married Sidney Morris and as a result, she signed paintings "Hilda Mohle" and later "Hilda Mohle Morris".

She earned a bachelor's degree from Columbia University and later a master's degree from Claremont Graduate School. She studied art under Phil Dyke, Millard Sheets, Rex Brandt, Fletcher Martin, Henry Lee McFee, and Milford Zornes. Milford Zornes was a particular friend, and his influence can be seen in her many beach scenes of Laguna Beach, CA.

She taught art at San Bernardino Valley Junior College for 20 years. She is in Who's Who of California, and was a regular contributor to the "San Bernardino Sun" newspaper in a series titled 'All About Art'. Some of her art, "The Train Series" is on display at the San Bernardino Court House and belongs to the San Bernardino Museum.

Morris died in 1996 in Orange, California.

Compiled by Robert E. Mohle, Grandson of the Artist, and submitted December 2003.

This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Hilda Pucher Mohle Morris was born in Pittsburgh, PA on May 20, 1902. Hilda Pucher graduated from Columbia University and earned an M.A. at Claremont (CA) Graduate School. By 1930 she had settled in San Bernardino County, CA and married. She began her career as an art teacher in the public schools of Rialto and retired from San Bernardino Valley College in 1967. She wrote articles for the San Bernardino Sun-Telegram's "All About Art" column for five years and travel articles for the Sun. The artist died in Orange, CA on Nov. 20, 1994.

Member: Inland Empire Arts Council; Nat'l Orange Show Art Committee.

Exh: San Bernardino AA, 1936-50; University of Southern California, 1964.
Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
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