Women Artists

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Kaiser, Ray
Kaish, Luise
Kalman, Lauren
Kaminsky, Dora
Kane, Margaret Brassler

Born in East Orange, New Jersey, Margaret Brassler Kane studied at Syracuse University, the Art Students League in New York City, and also with sculptor John Hovannes. During the 1940s she was the recipient of several prizes for her work.

Kaplan, Annette
Kaplan, Edith Jaffy
Kaprov, Susan
Karasz, Mariska

Self-taught embroiderer Mariska Karasz arrived in the United States from her native Hungary at the age of sixteen. The influence of Hungary's rich folk-art tradition is reflected in her early work.

Karina, Elena
Karlsen, Anne Marie
Karnes, Karen
Kasebier, Gertrude

Gertrude Käsebier began her artistic studies at the age of thirty-seven after her children had grown up. While studying painting at Pratt Institute in New York, she began to explore photography.

Kasten, Barbara
Katz, Cima
Katz, Hilda
Katzen, Lila
Kaufman, Jane
Kawa, Florence
Kaye, Myra Tso
Kazuko
Keefer, Elizabeth E.
Kegley, Tami
Keipp, Mary Morgan
Keller, Lonna
Kelly, Linda
Kemenyffy, Susan
Kempers-Cullen, Natasha
Kennedy, Marie
Kennington, Dale
Kent, Corita
Kent, Dorothy
Kent, Jane
Kepes, Judy
Kernan, Catherine
Kessell, Mary