Mary Tuthill Lindheim Photo

Mary Tuthill Lindheim

Born: Feb 14, 1912

Death: Dec 30, 2004

Birthplace: Newton

Nationality: United States

Mary Tuthill Lindheim

Date of Birth : Feb 14, 1912
Date of Death : Dec 30, 2004
Birth Place : Newton

Mary Tuthill Lindheim, born Mary Barbara Tuthill, and also known professionally as Mary Tuthill or Mary Lindheim, was an American sculptor and studio potter. She trained as a sculptor with Ralph Stackpole and Alexander Archipenko, working in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, and San Francisco between 1930 and 1945. Widowed in World War II, she turned to ceramics, studying with Antonio Prieto at California College of Arts and Crafts, and was an active studio artist and leader in potters' and craftsmen circles in the Bay Area from 1946 to 1969. In 1969, she moved to Bolinas, California, and in 1994, she was given a retrospective at the small but respected Bolinas Museum, which revived her reputation.

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