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Wesselmann has painted intensely since the age of six, and in very unusual circumstances. Through ambassadorial soirees in the capitals of Europe to revolutions in 3rd world countries, living on exotic islands, in remote deserts, and in the cultural metropolises of the world, she has painted a disappearing world of bazaars and fortune tellers, grand balls and gala events, cafes, and revelry. Her rich color and texture remind us of the Renaissance, her lightness of touch, the Impressionist era, and her psychological insights are unique and masterful.
Wesselmann completed her formal education in the Untied States and received her degree from Cornell University in 1969. She then returned to a life of whirlwind travels and painting throughout France, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, England, and the Caribbean. Her passion in painting the cultural richness of vanishing ways of life brought her enormous recognition in Europe and the United States and she was awarded the accolade of Outstanding Contribution to the Arts in 1992. She was the first American woman to be accepted into the permanent Collection d’Art Modern de la Ville de Paris and the Centro Culturale d’Italia, Rome.
She listed in Who’s Who in the World, Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Women, The International Directory of Distinguished Leadership, The Directory of Distinguished Americans, 2000 Notable American Women, and Leadership in the Arts, Cambridge, England. She was named Cultural Emissary to France in 1997, continuing her dedication to preserving the cultural heritage and art of the French Empire. She has been awarded the endorsements of Ambassadors, Senators, Governors, and Princes, and her work hangs in museums and collections throughout Europe, Asia, Latin America, and the United States.
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