Timeline of Robyn Krauthammer
|Profession||Artist and Sculptor|
|Net Worth||$2.5 million|
|Famous for||Pro Musica Hebracia|
|Married to||Charles Krautammer (m.1974-death2018)|
The co-founder of Pro Musica Hebraica, Robyn Krauthammer is a renowned Australian sculptor and painter. She is a lawyer turned artist. Her obsession for Jewish music led Krauthammer to form this organization, which promotes Jewish classical music.
Born and raised in Australia, she holds an Australian nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.
Talking about her educational background, after receiving an LL.B degree, Krauthammer studied law at St. Anne’s College, Oxford. After serving for an international law firm in Paris, she moved to America.
There, she left the law field to pursue painting and sculpture, then enrolled at the Corcoran School of Art, and later joined Maryland Institute College of Art.
After developing the idea of society for the promotion of Jewish art music, she formed the Pro Musica Hebraica. With a huge passion for Jewish music, she worked with the Juilliard School of Music and Kennedy Center to bring the treasure to the concert hall.
Currently, Robyn exhibits professionally at Foxhall Gallery in Washington. In addition, her work includes numerous corporate and private collections.
They had no news and rumors related to conflict, separation, extra-marital affairs, and divorce in their marital relationship. The couple has a son, Daniel Krauthammer, who is now an economist.
Daniel is a social study undergraduate degree holder of the Harvard University, while his masters were in Financial Economics and Business Administration from the University of Oxford and Stanford University Graduate School of Business. He is currently the contributing writer to the New Republic, The National Review, and The Weekly Standard in the context of Economics, Finance, and Foreign Affairs.
As we all know, Charles was an author; he used to include his personal life in some of them. In his book, Things That Matter, he has dedicated the book to his son, Daniel, and wife, Robyn.
The dedication stated the fact that his wife urged him to follow his calling 35 years ago. It also read that the extraordinarily intelligent, humorous, and graceful Robyn was the author of his life. His love for his wife could be seen from his Twitter account as he had 861K followers in it, but he followed only one account, Pro Musica Hebraica, the non-profit organization founded by his wife.
Unfortunately, the couple couldn't go any further in their marital relationship as Charles died on 21 June 2018, in a hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. The cause of his death was revealed as a small intestine cancer. He was 68 when he died.
Robyn earns a great deal of salary from her profession as a sculpture and an artist. However, Robyn Krauthammer' net worth hasn't been revealed, but some tabloids have estimated it to be around $2.5 million as of 2018.
Similarly, together with what her husband, Charles Krauthammer left, Robyn Krauthammer' net worth is estimated to be around $8 million.
The widow of Charles is not active on the social media platforms as she also doesn't have any accounts in such sites.
Robyn Krauthammer facts on timeline
Got Married to Charles Krauthammer1974
Robyn Krauthammer tied the knot with her long-time boyfriend, Charles Krauthammer, a talented author, and journalist. The couple is no more together after her husband's death.
Welcomed First Baby1985
Robyn Krauthammer and Charles Krauthammer became proud parents following the birth of their baby boy, Daniel Krauthammer. Now Daniel is grown up man and an economist by profession.
Became the widow of Charles KrauthammerJune 21 , 2018
On 21st June, 2018, Charles Krauthammer died due to the small intestine cancer making Robyn Krauthammer his widow.