Rubin, Hilda(American, Mid 20th Century)
A Chicago based artist, Hilda Rubin’s artwork was covered in a Chicago Tribune article dating from 1958 pronounced her as a “young Chicago artist of great promise.” Painting scenes from such places as Paris, Madrid and Mexico, she is admired for her confident styles and street scenes. Rubin was also an art lecturer and teacher in the greater Chicago area. Rubin’s artwork was exhibited at the Fairweather-Hardin Gallery and the Sherman Art Gallery.
Works Cited:
Weigle, Edith. “George Buehr Exhibits Interesting Water Colors,” in The Chicago Tribune. 5 June 1958.

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