Hulda Rotier Fischer
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Hulda Rotier Fischer was a well know Milwaukee, Wisconsin artist and art teacher at Shorewood Opportunity School for 30 years. Equipped with a home studio, she exhibiting widely from the 1930’s well into the 1950’s. Fischer studied at the Milwaukee Normal School under Robert Von Neumann and Carl Holty. In Provincetown, Massachusetts, she studied under Hans Hofmann. She taught art in Milwaukee at the Shorewood Vocational School.
Fischer has incorrectly been described as married to the Milwaukee artist Peter Rotier (1888-1963).
Peter Rotier was Hulda's cousin - not spouse.
Hulda Fischer participated in Wisconsin's WPA project and a Member of the Milwaukee Art institute.
Additionally, Hulda was a member of the Wisconsin Painters and Sculptors organization and exhibited with that group from 1930’s - 1950’s. She also exhibited with the Wisconsin Salon of Art in Madison, Wisconsin. Fischer participated regularly in the Milwaukee Journal's Calendar of WI Art project receiving many awards. She also exhibited at the Wisconsin Centennial Art Exhibition in 1948.