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Pioneer Modernists: Minnesota's First Generation of Women Artists

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In the early twentieth century Frances Cranmer Greenman, Alice Hugy, Elsa Laubach Jemne, Clara Mairs, Evelyn Raymond, Jo Lutz Rollins, and Ada Wolfe established successful careers as artists in Minneapolis and Saint Paul. They played significant roles in the development of the art schools, galleries, and arts organizations that make the Twin Cities a major cultural center ...more
Hardcover, 259 pages
Published April 25th 2011 by Afton Historical Society Press
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A fabulous book on 7 Minnesota women artists. Their lives, their work, and the social age they lived in is extraordinarily recounted.
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