Doris Rosenthal

Doris Rosenthal

Fellow: Awarded 1931
Field of Study: Fine Arts
Fellow: Awarded 1936
Field of Study: Fine Arts

Competition: US & Canada

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1931–32:

Latin American Exchange Fellows, 1931

Appointed from the United States:

ROSENTHAL, DORIS:  Appointed for creative work in painting, in Mexico; tenure, twelve months from August 20, 1931.

Born at Riverside, California. Education: State Teachers College, Los Angeles, Diploma, 1910; Columbia University, 1912–13; Art Students League, 1917–18; Ecole de la Grande Chaumière, Paris, and independent study in Europe, 1921–22.

Instructor in Painting, 1913–14, State Teachers College, Los Angeles; Director of Department of Art, 1914–17, State Teachers College, Fresno; Art Instructor, 1930–31, Brooklyn Ethical Culture School.

Exhibited annually with Independent Artists, Salons of America, The New York Society of Women Artists, The Whitney Studio Club, and The Silvermine Guild of Artists; also exhibited at Art Students League Centennial, 1920; Fifth Annual Independents, 1921; Fine Arts Department, Columbia University, 1930; Newport Exhibition of Modern Art, 1930; Annual Exhibition of Art, Corcoran Gallery, 1930; Art Institute of Chicago; Philadelphia Art Alliance, 1931; Print Club of Philadelphia, 1931; International Exhibition of Lithographs, Los Angeles, 1931; Traveling Exhibition, College Art Association.

Publications: Prim-Art, Pertaining To Birds, Pertaining To Transportation, Pertaining To Man, Pertaining To Flowers and Trees, Pertaining To Boats, Pertaining To Costume.

Scroll to Top