Eise, Ida Gertrude (1891–1978)

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Eise, Ida Gertrude (1891–1978)

New Zealand artist and art teacher. Born Sept 9, 1891, in Auckland, New Zealand; died Mar 7, 1978, in Auckland; dau. of Frederick George Eise and Emma Mary Ann (Cox) Eise.

Taught art at New Plymouth Technical College (1915–20); joined staff at Elam in Auckland (1920–56, 1959–60); taught at Auckland Society of Arts (ASA, 1962–76), and exhibited landscapes regularly; served as vice president of ASA Council (1950s–60s), and was one of original elected fellows of ASA. Received Bledsoe Medal (1936 and 1949); received British Empire medal (1976).

See also Dictionary of New Zealand Biography (Vol. 4).

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