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Louise Nevelson

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Mailys Bateman

on 11 April 2014

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Transcript of Louise Nevelson

What is her artwork about?
Feminism
Louise Nevelson
Where is the artist from?
Louise Nevelson
What type of artwork did she create?
She created wooden wall pieces and outdoor sculptures.
Birth/Death Dates
Born: September 23rd, 1899
By Sarah Antonacci
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Maïlys Bateman

Czarist, Russia
Died: April 17th, 1988
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Descriminated against for being Jewish
Recycling
Went mute for 6 months after
her father moved to America to
look for work
Wasn't paid well for her artwork
until her 60s
Worked into her 80s
There is a wooden wall at ISU.
She was born with the name Leah Berliawsky
Her birth name means beauty and grace
Awards she won:
American Academy of Arts and Letters Gold Medal
Brandeis University Creative Arts Award in Sculpture
Honorary Degree, Havard University
Honorary Degree, Rutgers University
National Institute of Arts and LEtters
National Medal of Arts
Skowhegan Medal for Sculpture
She was married to Charles Nevelson and they had a son named Myron (Mike). After 21 years of marriage they got a divorce. She didn't want to be the socialite wife that Charles wanted her to be.
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