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 Eugenie A. McArdle Hutchinson Worman  (1871 - 1944)

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Lived/Active: Washington/Wisconsin      Known for: modernist still life and landscape painting, ceramics, teaching

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Biography from Martin-Zambito Fine Art:
Eugenie Worman was born in Oshkosh, Wisconsin and studied at the Pratt Institute, NY from 1902 – 1905.  From 1907-1908 she taught drawing and applied design at Huckley Manual Training School in Muskegon, Michigan.

From 1908-1917, Worman taught art at Franklin High School in Seattle, and from 1919-1943 was Associate Faculty Member of the University of Washington where she was Design Instructor.  She was also one of the pioneering studio ceramic artists in Washington State.

Her oil painting, Still Life, in the collection of the Seattle Art Museum, won First prize at the 17th Annual of Northwest Artists in 1931.  This painting, considered “radical” at the time, was Seattle’s…”first concession to Modernism.”

Besides painting, Worman exhibited in ceramic exhibitions and with the Northwest Printmakers where she exhibited in their First Annual in 1929.


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Women Artists and the American West, 1860-1960 by Phil Kovinick and Marian Yoshiki Kovinick, University of Texas Press.

Henry Lee McFee and Formalist Realism in American Still-life Painting, 1923-1936 by John Baker, 1987.

The Art Digest, October 15, 1931, pg. 15

Ceramics in the Pacific Northwest: A History, 1978, Lamar Harrington, University of Washington Press.


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