biographie de Gertrude NATZLER (1908-1971)

Birth place: Vienna, Austria

Addresses: Los Angeles, CA

Profession: Ceramic craftsman

Exhibited: Paris Salon, 1937 (medal); Syracuse Mus. FA, 1939-41 (prizes), 1946 (prize), 1956 (prize), 1958 (prize), 1960 (prize); GGE, 1939; Calif. State Fair (prizes, 1948-49, 1952, 1954-55, 1956 (2), 1957; Los Angeles County Fair (prizes, 1948-49, 1951; MoMA, 1952-53 ("Good Design" awards); Int. Ceramic Exh., Prague, 1962 (silver medal); SFMA (solo); Los Angeles Mus. Art (solo); San Diego FAS (solo); Santa Barbara Mus. Art (solo); Denver Art Mus.; AIC (solo); Mus. FA Houston (solo); Bezalel Mus., Israel (solo); MOMA, Haifa, Israel (solo); Zurich, Switzerland (solo); Stedelijk Mus., Amsterdam (solo); CM (solo); Tulane Univ. (solo); St. Paul AC (solo); Mus. Contemp. Crafts, NY (solo).; Birger Sandzen Mem. Gal., Lindsborg, KS (solo)

Work: MoMA; Syracuse Mus. FA; San Diego FA Soc.; BMA; CM; PMA; Santa Barbara Mus. Art; SAM; Los Angeles Mus. Art; AIC; Walker AC; Detroit Inst. Art; Univ. Minnesota; Univ. Oregon; Cranbrook Acad. Art; Newark Mus.; Slater Mem. Mus.; Dallas Mus. FA; Portland Art Mus.; Univ. Wisc.; MMA; SFMA; Joslyn Art Mus.; Univ. Nebraska.; Springfield Art Mus.; UCLA; Calif. State Fair Coll.; Arizona State College; Mus. FA Houston; Faenza, Italy; Kunstgewerbe Mus., Zurich; Kantonal Mus., Berne, Switzerland; Phoenix Art Mus.; Krannert Art Mus., Univ. Illinois; La Crosse (IN) State College; St. Paul AC; Crocker Art Gal., Sacramento; Smithsonian Inst.; Northwestern Univ., Evanston, IL

Sources: WW66; WW47.

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