DOROTHY STURM


 
 

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ABOUT THE ARTIST

 

Dorothy Sturm (1910-1988) was a painter, enamelist and illustrator. She was born in Memphis but moved to New York in 1929 to attend the Grand Central School of Art and the Art Student's league. In New York, Sturm began her career as a medical illustrator. She provided all of the illustrations for the book, The Morphology of Human Blood Cells (1956). Sturm returned to Memphis to teach at the Memphis Academy of Arts. Her work was explored through mediums such as stained glass, collage, and fiber. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally.  

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