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DOROTHY BROWDY KUSHNER   (1909-2000)
Born in Missouri, Browdy attended the Kansas City Art Institute where she studied with Thomas Hart Benton, as well as the Chicago Art Institute, the University of Wisconsin, and New York’s Art Students League, where she worked with Reginald Marsh. She moved from an urban realism to a modernism influenced by the luminous watercolor tradition in California and the German Expressions she encountered at the Pasadena Art Museum.
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Missouri (Missouri in the Summer), 1932



NBC (The NBC Orchestra), 1937



Industrial Area II (California), 1950



House on the Hill, 1953



Autumn Leaves, 1955



Space, 1955



Under the Sea, 1955



Purple Iris, 1959/60



California Hillside (near Pasadena), 1955



Small Houses, Kansas City, Missouri, 1933