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Babette was beautiful; Babette was brash. She became one of the few women to promote the very concept of women as artists. She broke the ice wherever she went — a catalyst for change — full of easy, contagious laughter that spread like bushfire.
While studying at the famed Art Students League of New York, Babette became the protégé of social realism pioneer Raphael Soyer. After the war, when her two daughters were born, she continued to be deeply involved in expressing her passion for human rights through art, ultimately finding herself due to both her art and philosophy. She blossomed at the center of philosophy in the New York Art scene, at the very core where ideas and processes meet. Babette continued in the best ways she knew how to fight for human and planetary rights through her arts and advocacy.
In the end, all of her sharp edges were smoothed away by the lovely care of Wendy and Sandra.