Canadian, 20th century, female.
Born in Quebec.
Suzanne Guite studied at the Bauhaus in Chicago with Moholy-Nagy in 1947 and 1948, then with Archipenko in 1949, and received advice from Brancusi. She spent time in Florence in 1951, before moving on to Mexico, where she created frescoes. Her sculptures are generally human figures made in wood or stone, and are intended to express their inner spirit....