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Anne Eisner
American, 1911 - 1967
Putnam, Anne Eisner
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Abstract painter, landscape painter, watercolorist, printer, writer and collector of African art. From 1945-1953 she lived in a Pygmy village in the Belgian Congo with her husband, anthropologist Patrick Tracy Lowell Putnam, where she devoted her painting and writing talents to portraying the life of Pygmies and African flora and fauna. Her collection of African art was exhibited 1967 at the Museum of Natural History, New York.

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