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Steinhouse first studied art at BBHS with noted teacher and artist Anne Savage. After the war she studied at the renowned Art Student’s League in New York. In 1947 she moved to Paris, where she studied etching and engraving with Stanley Hayter at Atelier 17. During the 10 years she was in Paris  her artwork was featured in numerous well-known French galleries. Upon returning to Montreal in 1957  she continued her career in the arts and is still practicing to this day.  She has had numerous solo exhibitions in Canada and abroad and has participated in international exhibitions at Print Biennials in Bradford, England, Chile, Scotland, Venezuela, France, Italy, Switzerland and the USA. Her work is represented in many public and private collections, among them the National Gallery of Canada, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, le Musée du Québec, the Winnipeg Art Gallery, the Ministry of External Affairs in Ottawa, Rio Tinto Alcan and Air Canada. Below is a selection of Steinhouse’s artwork spanning over 40 years. You can hear Steinhouse talk about her days at BBHS and being taught by Anne Savage