1910 b. August 4th. in Bucharest, Romania as Hedwig Lindenberg.
   Romanian Painter
   Studied with Fernand Leger and Andre Lhote.   
 1924 Victor Brauner publishes portrait "Hedei" ("to Hedda") in his single-issue, 
   Constructivist/proto-Surrealist magazine 75HP, and featured on his 1924 exhibition invitation.
   Studies in the atelier of Marcel Janco.

 1927 - 1932 Travels frequently to Vienna and Paris. 
   In Paris, attends classes in the ateliers of Andre Lhote and Fernand Leger.

 1932 m. Frederick Sterne.

 1938 Her earlier surrealist collages shown at Salon des Independants where
   Victor Brauner introduced her to Jean Arp, who in turn introduced her to 
   Peggy Guggenheim.

 1939 Returns to Budapest.

 1941 Esapes Europe for New York.

 1942 Included in First Papers of Surrealism,  America's introduction to Surrealism, 
   curated by Andre Breton and Marcel Duchamp.

 1943 Jan; Shows in Exhibition by 31 Women at Peggy Guggenheim's 
   Art of this Century, New York.

 [[1944] Divorces Sterne to m. Saul Steinberg.

 1951 Member of The Irascibles which included Jimmy Ernst.

 2011? d. New York.

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