(1888 - 1969)
Adolphe Wiener Blondheim was active/lived in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Maryland. Adolphe Blondheim is known for non-objective painting, etching, lithography.
Biography Adolphe Blondheim
Adolph (Adolphe) Blondheim, an influential New Hope Modernist, won many
prizes for his paintings but complained that they were difficult to
sell: "I've got the biggest collection of Blondheims in the world," he
joked. Blondheim painted in oils and watercolors in a style that was
non-objective; his paintings are often flat, collage-like experiments
with shapes and layers, and his etchings and lithographs are
He was a student of the Maryland Institute of Fine Arts, and later at
the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. In 1913, he married
Rosa DeYoung, a niece of modernist writer Gertrude Stein, and they
moved to Provincetown, Massachusetts. He was in the military in
1918 (Camouflage Corps, 24
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