Elizabeth Wilder Weismann

Elizabeth Wilder Weismann

Fellow: Awarded 1944
Field of Study: Fine Arts Research
Fellow: Awarded 1945
Field of Study: Fine Arts Research

Competition: US & Canada

Library of Congress

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1943–44:

WILDER, ELIZABETH. Appointed for a study of sculpture of the colonial period in Mexico; tenure, twelve months from July 1, 1944.

Born September 10, 1907, Ravinia, Illinois. Education:  Smith College, A.B., 1928, A.M., 1932 (Eleanora Duse Fellowship, 1929–30).

Assistant in Art, 1928–29, Reader in Ethics, 1934–35, Smith College; Teacher, 1934–35, Burnham School; Teacher of the History of Art, 1935–38, 1939–40, Westover School; Assistant Keeper, Archive of Hispanic Culture, 1940—, Hispanic Foundation, Library of Congress.

Publications:  The Unfinished Monument by Andrea del Verrocchio to the Cardinal Niccolo Forteguerri at Pistoia, 1932. Articles and reviews in Atlantic Monthly, College Art Journal, Smith College Alumnae Quarterly, Art Bulletin, Social Studies, Inter-American Monthly, Nation.


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