Henriette Amiard Oberteuffer (1878 - 1962)
Painter, printmaker, and teacher Henriette Amiard Oberteuffer (1878-1962) was born in Le Havre, France and studied at the Academie Julian in Paris with Jean-Paul Laurens and Benjamin Constant. She moved with her husband and fellow artist George Oberteuffer to the United States after World War I. During her years here, she taught and exhibited her work widely. Her husband died in 1940 and Henriette continued teaching but was no longer active as an artist. She died in Lexington, Massachusetts.
Etching, 1934; edition of 162. Image size 8” x 9¾”; sheet size 10” x 13”. Published by Associated American Artists, New York - just the the thirtieth publication in their long and successful history, and the only example of Oberteuffer’s work published by AAA. Signed in pencil by the artist in the lower margin. Very slight toning in the image area, but otherwise in fine overall condition.