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 Ebba Rapp  (1909 - 1985)

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Lived/Active: Washington      Known for: portrait and still life painter, ceramics, sculptor, printmaker, teacher

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Biography from Martin-Zambito Fine Art:
A wide-ranging artist, Ebba Rapp was accomplished in ceramic sculpture, painting, printmaking and enameling.  As a painter, she was especially noted for portraiture and did numerous commissions of religious subjects for churches.  She was also active as a teacher and promoter of craft-related activities in the Northwest.

Rapp graduated from the Cornish School in Seattle and then studied at the University of Washington during the summers of 1935 and 1936 with sculptor Alexander Archipenko.  In 1938, she began teaching at the Cornish School, and her classes included anatomy, drawing and sculpture.

Rapp married Seattle attorney John McLauchlan in 1942.  The couple were among the founders of the Northwest Clay Club, an organization devoted to Arts and Crafts.  Rapp was also active in the Women Painters of Washington.  In 1939, she received national attention for exhibited work at the New York World’s Fair.  Solo exhibitions included the Seattle Art Museum in 1944, the Frye Art Museum in 1955 and the University of Puget Sound in 1954.

David Martin, An Enduring Legacy: Women Painters of Washington, 1930-2005

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