Florine Stettheimer in her Bryant Park garden, c. 1917-1920. Florine Stettheimer papers, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University.
Growing up amid New York’s Jazz Age
The world of Stettheimer’s studio
The nexus of Stettheimer’s adult life, as well as her enduring legacy, was her studio. Not only did she paint in a flamboyant room overlooking Manhattan’s Bryant Park, the space also became the stomping grounds for New York’s brightest creative luminaries.
Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Florine and Ettie Stettheimer Papers.
Florine Stettheimer Papers, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University.
A forerunner to the feminist movement
Florine Stettheimer, Family Portrait, II, 1933. Collection of the Museum of Modern Art.
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