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 Ella Klauber Wormser  (1863 - 1932)

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Lived/Active: California/Nevada      Known for: still life, portrait

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Ella Klauber Wormser had many talents, including painting portraits and still lifes, photography, literature and music.  She was best known in the art world for her painting and photography skills.

Klauber was born in Carson City, Nevada in 1863.  The Klauber family relocated to California in 1869 where they lived in San Francisco and San Diego.  Ella Klauber and her two sisters, Leda and Alice, were given private drawing lessons outside of the public school that they attended during the day.  When the family lived in San Francisco, she studied at the School of Design under Virgil Williams and also at the Art Students League.  She exhibited her work at the Mark Hopkins Institute of Art in 1898 and 1906.

Klauber married Gustave Wormser in 1888, and the couple moved to Deming, New Mexico.  They stayed in New Mexico for ten years where she worked with new techniques in photography and studied the history of the pioneer days in New Mexico. She eventually moved back to San Francisco in 1898 and remained there until her death in 1932.  Although the San Francisco earthquake and fire destroyed many of her paintings, a retrospective of her work was exhibited at the Golden Gate International Exposition in 1939.


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Edan Hughes, Artists in California, 1786-1940


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