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Anne Goldthwaite
Artist turns modernism into equal rights activism

Anne Goldthwaite, The ArtistsThe Green Sofa
Portrait of Anne Goldthwaite

Anne Goldthwaite was a U.S. Female Artist born on June 28, 1869. Goldthwaite contributed to the Early Modernist movement, worked in France and died on January 29, 1944.

Negro Woman at a Fountain, Anne Goldthwaite

Negro Woman at a Fountain 1910

New Year's Night — Cafe Versaille, Anne Goldthwaite

New Year's Night — Cafe Versaille 1910

Portrait of a Young Man, Anne Goldthwaite

Portrait of a Young Man 1913

Self-Portrait, Anne Goldthwaite

Self-Portrait 1913

Avenue of the Allies (5th Avenue), Anne Goldthwaite

Avenue of the Allies (5th Avenue) 1918

The Green Sofa, Anne Goldthwaite

The Green Sofa 1930

Untitled, Anne Goldthwaite

Untitled 1930

Young Woman in White, Anne Goldthwaite

Young Woman in White 1930

Magnolia and Passion Flowers, Anne Goldthwaite

Magnolia and Passion Flowers 1938

Portrait of Frances Greene Nix, Anne Goldthwaite

Portrait of Frances Greene Nix 1935 – 1940

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