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 Roda Selleck  (1847 - 1924)

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Lived/Active: Indiana/Michigan      Known for: painting, crafts, teaching

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A leader of the Arts and Crafts Movement in Indianapolis, Roda Selleck was also a teacher in the local high school.  She was born in Michigan and studied at Harvard University.

It was Roda Selleck (1842-1924), the University of Michigan graduate, who first inspired a love of drawing in Ada Walter Shulz, another Terre Haute native.  Selleck was a highly influential teacher (chairing the art department at Shortridge High School), leader among the early Indianapolis arts and crafts movement, and successful artist in her own right – exhibiting (alongside Indiana artists T. C. Steele, William Forsyth, J. Ottis Adams, and notable eastern American artists such as W. M. Chase, J. F. Cropsey, C. Hassam, C. W. Eaton and others) in the Sixth and Seventh Annual Exhibitions of the Art Association of Indianapolis (1889 and 1890). 

Concerning Selleck (in addition to Falk’s Who’s Who in American Art), see:

Brush and Pencil, vol. IV, no. 4, ed. Charles Francis Browne (Chicago: The Arts and Crafts Publishing Company, 1899), p. 215;

American Art Annual VI
, 1907-08, ed. Florence Levy (NY: American Federation of Arts, 1908), p. 173;

Indiana Bookplates
, Esther Griffin White (Richmond IN: Nicholson Press, 1910), n.p., chapter III "Indianapolis Designers”;

The Arts and Crafts Metalwork of Janet Payne Bowles
, by Barry Shifman, Sharon S. Darling, and W. Scott Brasnell (Indianapolis: Indianapolis Museum of Art, 1993), p. 17

The Encyclopedia of Indiana
, eds. David J. Bodenhamer and Robert G. Barrows (Bloomington: University of Indiana Press, 1994), p. 1248.

Sources:
Jan A. Cover, Researcher, Professor of Philosophy, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana 
Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art

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