ELOISA SCHWAB

"SEATED WOMAN"

OIL ON CANVAS, SIGNED

CUBAN-AMERICAN, C.1935

25 X 18.5 INCHES

Eloisa Schwab

1894-1990

Schwab was born in Havana, Cuba, Eloisa Schwab became a painter who preferred oil medium.

She studied at the Academy Julian in Paris and the Art Students League in New York with George Bridgman and Kenneth Hayes Miller

She exhibited extensively from the mid 1920s to 1960s at venues including the Society of Independent Artists in 1918, the Salons of America, and the Pennsylvania Academy.

NYC Exhibit in 1918 listing, Artist records in the Museum of Modern Art archives. She is mentioned in the February-March 1921 edition of The Arts magaizine. She exhibited at the Whitney Studio Gallery in New York in April 1929.

She exhibited at the Daniel Gallery which opened in 1913 New York City, the g allery closed 1932, In 1946, the gallery contents were auctioned by Parke Bernet. Commented at that time "Champion of modernism" in the New York Times.