Introduction
Elizabeth Olds (December 10, 1896 – 1991) was an American artist known for her work in developing silkscreen as a fine arts medium. She was a painter and illustrator, but is primarily known as a printmaker, using silkscreen, woodcut, lithography processes. In 1926, she became the first female honored with the Guggenheim Fellowship. She studied under George Luks, was a Social Realist, and worked for the Public Works of Art Project and Federal Art Project during the Great Depression. In her later career, Olds wrote and illustrated six children's books.
Wikidata
Q5363286
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Introduction
In 1926, Olds became the first woman to receive a Guggenheim fellowship.
Nationality
American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Lithographer, Painter
Names
Elizabeth Olds, Elizabeth M. Olds
Ulan
500018141
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