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De Wolfe, Elsie, 1865-1950

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dates 1865–1950
city Versailles
other citiesNew York; London;
countryFrance
gender F
historical notes Elsie de Wolfe, nee Ella Anderson de Wolfe and aka Lady Mendl or Elsie de Wolfe Mendl, was an art collector, interior designer, actress and socialite.

As well as jewelry, De Wolfe collected the fine and decorative arts.

According to the Catalogue of Loan Exhibitions of Portraits of the Art Institute and Exhibition Committee of the Municipal Art League of Chicago from 1905, De Wolfe lent her Giovanni Boldini portrait of herself to the exhibition.
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Museum of the City of New York Elsie de Wolfe, Byron Company Collection (1895-1898) see details...
Museum of the City of New York Elsie de Wolfe [residence]: The Samuel H. (Samuel Herman) Gottscho (1875-1971) Collection see details...
Museum of the City of New York House of Washington Irving: Byron Company Collection (1895-1898) see details...
The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library Henry Clay Frick Papers, Series II: Correspondence 1882-1929, undated. see details...
Archives of American Art Everett Shinn collection, 1877-1959. see details...
University of Virginia Library Papers of H.C. Bunner, 1884-1935 and n.d. see details...
Archives of American Art Isabella Stewart Gardner papers, 1760-1956. see details...
The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library One East 70th Street Papers 1907 - 1931. see details...
Archives of American Art Walter Gay papers, 1870-1980 (bulk 1889-1930). see details...
Emory University Ada Beatrice "Bricktop" Smith papers, 1894-1984. see details...
University of Virginia Library Elsie DeWolfe letter to Miss Monroe 1892- see details...
The Getty Research Institute Knoedler & Company Records see details...