Cornelia Woodburn Weyburn

Maiden Name: 
Morton
Variant Names: 
Mrs. Ralph Weyburn
Cornelia Woodburn Morton Weyburn
Spouse: 
Ralph Weyburn
Birth Date: 
1878
Birth Place: 
Chicago, Cook County
Death Date: 
1972
Death Place: 
Woodlawn Hills, CA
Variant Date/Place: 
Residences/Studios: 
Oak Park, IL
Woodlawn Hills, CA
Active In: 
Chicago
Medium: 
Painting
Subject: 
Landscape
Seascape
Still Life
Exhibitions: 
Alumni Exhibition, AIC
All-Illinois Society of Fine Arts, Chicago
Austin, Oak Park and River Forest Art League, Oak Park (IL), 1920-40
Findlay Galleries, Chicago
Chicago Galleries Association
Illinois Art Association
Awards: 
Austin, Oak Park, River Forest Art League (IL), 1929
19th Century Club Prize, Austin, Oak Park, River Forest Art League (IL), 1942
Memberships: 
Austin-Oak Park-River Forest Art League, co-founder
Cordon Club, Chicago, charter member
Arts Club of Chicago, charter member
All-Illinois Society of Fine Arts, Chicago
Collections: 
Public Schools in Chicago area
Oak Park (IL) Art League
Training: 
AIC
Other Occupations: 
Teacher, at AIC, privately, and at Austin-Oak Park-River Forest (IL) Art League
Biography: 
Biography from the Oak Park Art League http://www.opal-art.com
"Art League Book for Austin, Oak Park and River Forest Art League, 1940"

Cornelia M. Weyburn, 1009 Thomas Street, Oak Park

Cornelia M. Weyburn (Mrs. Ralph) is a graduate of the Art Institute of Chicago and was a teacher at the Institute for six years after graduation. She has been a member of the Art League since its first exhibition. Has served as First Vice President and Director. She organized and has been director of the Art League classes and has taught “the Tuesday class” in still-life for fourteen years. She is a regular exhibitor at the Art League and received a $100 purchase prize. Also exhibits at the Art Institute, All-Illinois Society of The Fine Arts, Chicago Galleries Association, Findlay Galleries. She is a member of the Art Institute of Chicago Alumni Association; charter member of the Cordon Club, charter member of The Arts Club of Chicago, member of the All-Illinois Society of The Fine Arts. Is represented with canvases in three public schools.