Eugenie Schein (1905-2003) was not only an artist but danced with Martha Graham. She worked both in oils and watercolors and her primary subjects were dancers and dancing. She lived in New York City and Miami, Florida. In the 1930’s her art was displayed at the Midtown Galleries and Uptown Gallery in NYC. She also had an exhibition at the 92nd street Y in 1950 and participated in a group show at the Riverside museum. In addition to her art, she was an instructor in the Physical Education Department at Hunter College, and directed dance recitals of students at the college.
April 10-25, 1936 Watercolors by Eugenie Schein, Midtown Galleries, NYC
April 19-May 3, 1937 Watercolors of Mexico by Eugenie Schein, Midtown
August -12, 1938 "Paintings of Dance by Eugenie Schein," Dec. 3-21,
 92st Y, New York City
March 1941, The Uptown Gallery/ Paintings of Haiti,
July, 1941 Group Show The Uptown Gallery, 249 West End Ave, NYC NY
November, 1953 Group show at the Riverside Museum, NYC, NY.
The social security death index
The New York Times Archives: Information and reviews of her paintings.