(1877 - 1959)
Maude Kaufman Eggemeyer was active/lived in Indiana, New York, North Carolina. Maude Eggemeyer is known for Floral garden landscape, still life painting.
Biography Maude Eggemeyer
A plein-air painter of landscapes and florals, Maude Kaufman Eggemeyer was an important part of the regional art movement in Richmond, Indiana. This was a colony of artists who studied art techniques and art history together as well as held annual exhibitions. In 1910, she received the Richmond Prize for the best work in the show.
She was born in New Castle, Indiana and studied architectural drawing with her father, at Earlham College, a Quaker liberal arts and sciences college in Richmond, Indiana. She also studied at the Cincinnati Art Academy, in Ohio, and with landscape painter John Elwood Bundy in Richmond. Other teachers included Gifford Beal and Wayman Adams.
Eggemeyer exhibited primarily in the Midwest and won prizes
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