Blanche Lazzell  (American, 1878-1956) 


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Blanche Lazzell, Abstract Composition


Blanche Lazzell
Abstract Composition

James Reinish & Associates, Inc.
Blanche Lazzell, Provincetown Backyards


Blanche Lazzell
Provincetown Backyards

Craig F. Starr Gallery
Blanche Lazzell, Abstraction


Blanche Lazzell

Berry-Hill Galleries, Inc.
Blanche Lazzell, Untitled (Cubist Composition) B


Blanche Lazzell
Untitled (Cubist Composition) B

Michael Rosenfeld Gallery
Blanche Lazzell, Abstraction (Violet and Green No. 3), 1932


Blanche Lazzell
Abstraction (Violet and Green No. 3), 1932
Hollis Taggart Galleries
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Blanche Lazzell, Abstract Art Exhibition, Herring Gallery


Blanche Lazzell
Abstract Art Exhibition, Herring Gallery, 1925-1930


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Blanche Lazzell, Self-portrait


Blanche Lazzell
charcoal on paper


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Blanche Lazzell, Wharf studio; Untitled Christmas card (2 works)


Blanche Lazzell
Wharf studio; Untitled Christmas card (2 works), 1941


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1878   Born Nettie Blanche Lazzell on October 10th in Maidsville, West Virginia
1901 - 1905   Studies painting at West Virginia University and obtains degrees in liberal arts, literature, and fine arts
1907 - 1908   Moves to New York City; studies with William Merritt Chase at the Arts Students League in a class that includes Georgia O’Keeffe
1912 - 1913   Travels to Europe and settles in Paris; attends the Academie Julian and Academie Moderne in Paris; visits Italy, studies old masters painting
1913 - 1914   Returns to West Virginia and opens her own art school
1915 - 1916   Moves to Provincetown, Massachusetts, an art colony; studies with Charles Hawthorne at the Cape Cod School of Art; exhibits at the Provincetown Art Association; works with single-block color woodcut; becomes important member of the Provincetown art community
1916 - 1917   Returns to New York City; summers in Woodstock, New York, an art colony where she studies with William Zorach and Oliver Newberry Chaffee, who teaches her white line color woodcuts; she becomes a leading figure in the color woodblock print in America
1918 - 1919   Exhibits with Provincetown Printers Group and the Provincetown Art
1920   Exhibits at the Boston Art Club where Charles Demuth admires her work
1921   Exhibits at the Society of Independent Artists, New York
1923 - 1924   Moves to Paris at age forty-five; studies Cubism with Albert Gleizes, Fernand Leger, and Andre L’hote; participates in group exhibitions at the Salon d’Automne, Paris (exhibits there annually for next six years); Leger writes an essay specifically for Lazzell; takes private lessons with Gleizes in 1924 who teaches her “Golden Section” principles of form and space; her work becomes increasingly abstract and cubist
1925   Returns to Morgantown, West Virginia, never to visit Europe again
1926 - 1927   Returns to Provincetown and builds a studio where she teaches art; starts dividing time between Provincetown and Morgantown; exhibits at Brooklyn Museum, New York
1928 - 1929   Invited to become a member of the Societe Anonyme (founded in 1920 by Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray, and Katherine Dreier to promote modern and abstract art in America); exhibits at the Los Angeles Museum, 1929
1930   Exhibition at the Rhode Island School of Design
1933   Depression forces return to Morgantown for employment by the Public Works of Art and the WPA; paints a mural in Morgantown court room (now in Morgantown Public Library)
1936 - 1937   Exhibits at Museum of Modern Art, New York; studies with Hans Hofmann
1940 - 1942   Participates in group exhibitions: Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.; Whitney Museum, New York; National Academy of Art, New York
1943   Visits Hans Hofmann in New York
1944   Exhibits at Ravenscroft Gallery, New York
1946   Exhibits at the Seligmann Gallery, New York
1949   Attends Hofmann’s criticism classes
1956   Dies June 1st in Morgantown, West Virginia