(1899 - 1950)
Nura Woodson Ulreich was active/lived in New York, Kansas, Missouri. Nura Ulreich is known for lithography, teaching, children's book illustration.
This painter, lithographer, muralist, author and illustrator, first studied at the Kansas City Art Institute before attending the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts and the Art Student's League in New York.
She subsequently studied under John French Sloan and Frederic Rodrigo Gruger. She then lived and painted for several years in Paris where she exhibited widely and with success, including
at the Salon d'Automne, and where she met and married her husband, the artist Buk Ulreich.
After returning to the United States, Ulreich continued to exhibit with success, including at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Corcoran Galleries Biennials (1928-39), the Salons of America, the S ... Displaying 750 of 1206 characters.
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