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Antoinette Schulte

American, b. 1897

Antoinette Schulte was a widely-respected artist in New York, who exhibited and taught widely. Schulte's paintings, which include still-lifes, portraits, landscapes and Paris vistas, are in collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Smithsonian Institution and the Toronto Museum. Schulte started painting as a young woman and continued in Paris and later studied with Lopez Mezquita, the Spanish portraitist.

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"Gathering Fruit", Vividly-Hued Art Deco Painting with Nudes by Schulte
By Antoinette Schulte
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Painted by Antoinette Schulte, a widely-respected artist in New York, who exhibited and taught widely, this painting depicts male and female nudes sheltered by the boughs of a tree h...
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1920s American Art Deco Vintage Antoinette Schulte

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