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biography of Agnes WEINRICH (1873-1946)

Birth place: Burlington, IA

Death place: Provincetown, MA

Addresses: Provincetown, MA

Profession: Abstract painter, etcher, block printer

Studied: AIC; ASL; with Albert Gleizes, Paris; in Berlin, Rome & Florence; Hawthorne & Blanche Lazzell, Provincetown

Exhibited: Brown-Robinson Gal., NYC; Phila. Acad.; Boston MFA; PMG; Boston AC; Harley Perkins Gal., Boston (solo); Provincetown AA, 1915; Soc. Indep. Artists, 1917-23; Salons of Am.; AIC, 1928, 1941; PAFA Ann., 1929; Corcoran Gal biennial, 1939

Member: NY Soc. Women Artists (organizer; director); New England Soc. Contemporary Art; Provincetown AA.

Work: PMG.

Comments: Weinrich was a cubist, and a reviewer in the Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 11, 1937, found her to be "in harmony with the Parisian spirit, indifferent to imitation." She was the sister-in-law of Karl Knaths.

Sources: WW40; Ness & Orwig, Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years, 217; Provincetown Painters, 160; Falk, Exh. Record Series.

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