(1908 - 1984)
Thelma LaHayne was active/lived in Indiana, New York. Thelma LaHayne is known for abstract figurative, children at play.
Biography Thelma LaHayne
Born in LaPorte, Indiana in 1908, Thelma LaHayne began her career as an artist before moving to Chicago, Illinois to study at the American Academy of Arts and the Chicago Art Institute. After 7 years in Chicago, she moved to New York City in 1954, where she stayed for 25 years.
While living in New York, LaHayne maintained a studio at 105 East Twenty-Eighth Street. She was represented by such New York galleries as Panoras, Crespi, Greenwich and the Sherman Gallery. LaHayne traveled frequently, broadening her artistic scope. She spent two years on the island of St. Maarten, eventually being represented by the Waterloo Gallery, and traveled throughout Europe, and Mexico. Art critic Betsy Polier described LaHayne's work as "most of Ms.
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