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PIC ID: 2303

Elizabeth Buehrmann

American, 1886-1965


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Buehrmann enrolled at Art Institute of Chicago at 15 but ,discouraged, began to learn photography with Eva Watson-Schütze. In March 1904 she received a letter from Stieglitz that she had been elected to the Associateship of the Secession. Buehrmann went to London from 1906-7. She mostly took portraits in the sitter's homes, and also did some advertising photography. She died in St. Augustine, FL in 1965. [EC]

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Elizabeth Buehrmann has 7 locations.

Birth (June 13, 1886)

Cape Girardeau, MO

Active in (1906-1907)

London, England

Active in (1906-1907)

Paris, France

Active in (1910s)

Chicago, IL

Studio or Business (1920)

230 East 11th Street
New York, NY

Studio or Business (1920-1929)

129 East 10th Street
New York, NY

Death (March 7, 1965)

Miami Dade, FL