Not known as a (woodblock) printmaker, but as painter and mainly etcher. She was represented in the 1924 Wohlgemut and Lissner catalog with 10 etching among them this “3 Buchen”. Her love for trees is evident in almost all her work. As a Jewish artist she managed to flee from Vienna to Amsterdam and then to America following family members and where she died in Indianapolis in 1955.  As a watercolorist her soft pallet Italy paintings remind stylishly of Cézanne (Provence). In 2010, 75 years after her death she was awarded an article in an American magazine. As an homage a first short biography can be read in the pop-up “under” her name (above, click).