About Annie W. S. Siebert: American watercolorist (born: 1864 - died: 1947) | Biography, Facts, Career, Life
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Annie W. S. Siebert
American watercolorist

Annie W. S. Siebert

Annie W. S. Siebert
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Intro American watercolorist
A.K.A. Annie WS Siebert, Annie W.S. Siebert, Annie Siebert, Anne W. S. Sieber...
Was Painter Artist Watercolourist
From United States of America
Field Arts
Gender female
Birth 1864, Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
Death 1947, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, USA (aged 83 years)
Residence Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, USA
Ohio State University master's degree
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Harvard University
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Portrait of Thomas Corwin Mendenhall in the National Portrait Gallery by Annie W. S. Siebert

Annie Ware Sabine Siebert (1864-1947) was an American painter known for her miniature paintings.

Early life

Annie Sabine was born in 1864 in Cambridge, Massachusetts to Hylas Sabine, a physician and politician, and Annie Ware Sabine. She grew up in Marysville, Ohio and Richwood, Ohio. Her brother was Wallace Clement Sabine.

She studied at the Ohio State University, where she earned her first degree in 1884 and was the first woman to earn a master of arts degree in 1886. She went on study at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she was the first woman to earn an architecture degree in 1888. She also studied art at Harvard University.


She was a member of the Pennsylvania Society of Miniature Painters and exhibited her work at the 1933 Century of Progress World's Fair.

Some of her subjects included:

Personal life

In 1893 or 1896, she married Wilbur Henry Siebert. She had a foster son, John F. Marshall, and a foster daughter, Mrs. Willie L. Howie.

She died on November 7, 1947 at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio of a coronary occlusion.


In 1958 a women's residence hall at Ohio State University was named "Siebert Hall" in her honor.

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