Pauline DOHN (1865-1934) ✿

Pauline Amalie Dohn Rudolph (1865-1934) was one of Chicago's most important women artists at the turn of the century. The daughter of a musician, she studied in Chicago at the Art Institute, in Philadelphia under Thomas Eakins, and in Paris and the Netherlands with Boulanger, Lefebvre, and Lazar.

Back in Chicago, she taught at the School of the Art Institute and shared a studio with artist Annie Weaver Jones.  She married a Chicago businessman (Rudolph) in 1901.  Her painting of the Inter-State Industrial Building is on the cover of Chicago History, Spring 1987.

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