Belle Baranceanu

Maiden Name: 
Goldschlager
Variant Names: 
Belle Goldschlager
Birth Date: 
07/17/1902
Birth Place: 
Chicago, Cook County
Death Date: 
01/10/1988
Death Place: 
La Jolla, CA
Residences/Studios: 
Chicago and North Dakota, 1902-1920
Minneapolis, MN, 1921-25
Chicago, 1925-26, 1929-33
Los Angeles, CA, 1927-28
San Diego, CA, 1933-1988
North Dakota
San Diego, CA
Active In: 
Chicago
California
Medium: 
Block Print
Illustration
Mural
Painting
Subject: 
City Scenes/Cityscape
Figure
History
Landscape
Still Life
Exhibitions: 
Annual Exhibition of Works by Chicago and Vicinity Artists, AIC, 1931, 38
Annual Exhibition of Water Colors, Pastels and Miniatures by American Artists, AIC, 1937
Golden Gate International Exposition, 1939
Museum of Modern Art, NYC
National Academy of Design, NYC, 1943-46
Kansas City (MO) Art Institute, 1927
Illinois Academy of Fine Arts, Chicago, 1928
Little Gallery, Chicago, 1931
Chicago Woman's Aid, 1932
Exhibition of Southern California Art, San Diego, 1933, 34, 37, 39
California Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1935
Los Angeles(CA), Art Museum
Nebraska Art Association
San Diego (CA) Fine Arts Gallery
Awards: 
Prize, Annual Exhibition of Works by Chicago and Vicinity Artists, AIC, 1931
"Wabash Avenue Bridge", Clyde M. Carr Prize, Prize, Annual Exhibition of Works by Chicago and Vicinity Artists, AIC, 1938
Memberships: 
Chicago Society of Artists
La Jolla Art Center
San Diego Art Guild, president
Collections: 
San Diego Historical Society
Training: 
Minneapolis School of Fine Art, College of Art and Design, 1924
Post-graduate work at Minneapolis School of Art, 1924-25
SAIC, 1925
Other Occupations: 
Teacher, private classes. later at schools in San Diego and La Jolla, CA
Worked for WPA/FAP, California
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