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biography of Rubi ROTH (1905-1991)

Birth place: NYC

Addresses: Belle Harbor, NY

Profession: Painter, instructor

Studied: NY Univ.; Cooper Union; Columbia Univ.

Exhibited: Am. Artists Prof. League, Lever House, NYC, 1971; AWCS, NAD, 1971; NAWA, NAD, & Lever House, NYC, 1972; Nat. Art League, Douglaston, NY, 1972. Awards: first prize, Am. Artists Prof. League, 1967; second prize, Flushing Merchants Assn., 1971; third prize, Nat. Art League, 1972.

Member: AWCS; NAWA; Am. Artists Prof. League; AEA; Nat. Art League (bd. dirs., 1972).

Work: Norfolk Mus., Va.; Seton Hall, NJ; Forbes Mus., NY; Long Beach Libr., NY; Beth El Day Sch., NY. Commissions: murals commissioned by Dr. George Novis, Manhasset, NY, 1970 & Louis Kerber, Belle Harbor, NY, 1971.

Comments: Preferred media: watercolors, oils, collage. Positions: art judge, Police Athletic League, NYC, 1971. Publications: illusr., "Little Calypsos," 1970; contribr., "Arts & Crafts Activities Desk Book," Parker. Teaching: instr. art, Nat. Art League, 1957-, demonstrator, 1972.


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