Helen Siegl

Nationality
American, born Austria
Life Dates
1924–2009

Born in Vienna, Siegl studied art at the University of Applied Arts. She moved to Montreal in 1952, and shortly thereafter relocated with her husband, Theodor, to Philadelphia, where she was active in the Print Club. She illustrated numerous children’s books, including Earrings for Celia (1963), Aesop’s Fables (1964), and The Dancing Palm Tree and Other Nigerian Folktales (1990).

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