|Birth: ||Sep. 29, 1905|
|Death: ||Feb. 16, 1995|
An accomplished artist, Mimi, was executive vice president of the Silvermine Guild for 27 years until 1977.
Her specialty was seascapes in oil and she was often seen capturing scenes along the Norwalk and Saugtuck harbors.
She received the Silvermine Guild Award of Merit in 1958 and in 1977 was awarded the bronze Metal of Honor for "outstanding patronage of the arts and service to the Guild". In 1976 the late Gov.Ella T.Grasso included her among 100 distinguished Connecticut women during the bicentennial.
Miriam studied at the Pennsylvania Museum of Art in Philadelphia, the Academia De Colorassi in Paris and at the
New School and the Art Students League in New York.
She exhibited throughout the country and won the Henry Ward Ranger Purchase Award of the National Academy of Art.
She had two sons, Louis and Eric, and was predeceased by her husband Bernard M. Broudy in 1961.
She died in Norwalk Hospital of cardiac arrest.
Bernard M. Broudy (1904 - 1961)*
Independent Hebrew Cemetery
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Record added: Feb 27, 2007
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May her soul be Bound Up in the bonds of Eternal Life.|
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Love always & forever...|
Rev. Carol Alspaugh Schleich
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