Charlotte Kroll

1872-1958

Owner of Domestic Art Rooms 149 Washington St., teaching china painting. Buried by St. John’s Church Newark. Also imported and dealt in china with Mrs. Florence Nightingale Waterfield. Lived in Newark from at 1913 until her death. She was on the Artist Committee for the 1916 Pageant of Newark. Her work was exhibited at the Newark Museum. Did oils and watercolors as well as china. She was president of the Newark Society of Keramic Art. She studied at Cooper Union, Osgood Art School, and Art Students League.

Bibliography

“Woman Makes Life’s Work of Art She Took Up As Fad” Newark Sunday Call May 2, 1926

“Deaths in Jersey” Courier News Nov 15, 1958

Woolley, Edward Mott. “The Romance of Small Business”. Chicago Daily News. Aug 4, 1924.

Keramic Studio (“Studio Note”, pg 71)

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Cooper Union Report 1860-1889

Newark Society of Keramic ArtsKeramic Studio April 1921

Exhibition of the Newark Society of Keramic ArtsDesign Sept 1924

Miss Charlotte KrollNew York Times Nov 15, 1958

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