Vera Eugenia Andrus

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Vera Eugenia Andrus (1895 - 1979) was an American artist, and printmaker.[1]


Vera Andrus was born in Plymouth, Wisconsin. She was educated at the University of Minnesota, St. Paul School of Art, Minneapolis Institute of Art, and the Art Students League of New York.

She exhibited at the American Museum of Natural History, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Her papers are held at the Archives of American Art.[2]


  • Sea Bird Island, Harcourt Brace, 1939
  • Sea dust: poems, drawings, and lithographs, Wake-Brook House, 1955
  • Black River: a Wisconsin story, Illustrator Irene Burns, Little, Brown, 1967


  1. ^ The Annex Galleries - Vera Andrus Biography
  2. ^ Archives of American Art - Vera Andrus papers, 1939-1979 and (undated)

External links

  • Vera Andrus, Mediterranean Port, Lithograph on paper (ca. 1931-1957) - Smithsonian American Art Museum
  • Vera Andrus - Fusco Four Modern
  • Vera Andrus - Ask Art, The Artists' Bluebook
  • Vera Eugenia Andrus - Museum of Wisconsin Art
  • Vera Eugenia Andrus, Portrait of a Man, Oil on canvasboard (1961) - Live Auctioneers
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