Ann Toulmin Rothe
Ann Toulmin Rothe 1946 - 1997
Artist, Teacher, Illustrator
What Ann feels about her subject is more important to her than what she sees of its surface aspects, just as what she knows about creating the illusion of form and space and a sense of light on the flat surface of a canvas is more important than what she knows about accurately reproducing natural appearances in a conventiona manner.
The result is that her work expresses a life and language of its own, in which shapes and forms and statements of color refer to nature, paralleling and interpreting it rather than imitating it.
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Education & Teaching
Boston University, BFA 1968, Award Best Painting Major
Artist Teacher: Famous Artists School, Silvermine Guild of Arts,
Co-Founder, Tour de Provence, France
Awards from National Academy of Design, NYC: Thos. B. Clarke Award
Medal of Honor 1987 Aiz-en.Provence, France
Allied Artists of America, Medal, NYC
John Slade Ely House, Medal, New Haven, CT
"Six Artists Paint a Portrait", Watson Gupt. 1973
"The Art Spirit at Work", North Light Magazine 1973
Artists Magazine "Two Artists, One Skylight" 1980
National Academy of Design, NYC
Allied Artists of America, NCY
The Munson Gallery, Chatham, Mass.
The Southport Harbor Gallery, Southport, Ct.