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Brants, Cynthia, 1924-



Cynthia Brants (1924-2006), graduated from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, NY. Known for being a versatile artist, she was mostly associated with cubism and was greatly influenced by Cezanne, Klee and Picasso. Some highlights of her career include: assisting actress JoAnn Miller in the scene design and renovation of the Granbury Opera House, teaching painting and drawing at Denton's Women's University, producing speciality pieces for the Neiman Marcus Christmas catalogs, and being a member of the Forth Worth Circle. Brants mastered watercolor and printmaking.

Source: Google sites, Biography Cynthia Brants,, accessed May 14th, 2020.

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Cynthia Brants papers

Identifier: AAA 6793
Dates: 1949-1976
Scope and Contents Reel 1514 (Gift): correspondence, price lists, exhibition catalogues, clippings, and Christmas cards designed by Brants.Reel 1596 (Loan): correspondence concerning exhibitions; three illustrated diaries, two written while Brants was in Europe, 1948-1949, and one written while she was in the British Isles, 1954; lectures, notes, and other writings on art and artists; an unpublished manuscript entitled, "The Riding Lesson;" and exhibition catalogues.Reel 1597 (Loan): 62...