|Born||4 September 1861|
|Died||30 January 1918 (aged 56)|
Annie Stebler-Hopf (1861 – 1918) also known as Anny or Anna Hopf, was a Swiss born painter.
Hopf was born on 4 September 1861 in Bern, Switzerland. She trained under the German painter Karl Gussow in Berlin. She became a professor at the Berlin Arts Academy between 1876 and 1881. Hopf moved to Paris in 1882 to continue her training. She took classes at the Académie Julian during her stay in Paris, studying under Luc-Olivier Merson and Tony Robert-Fleury, and exhibiting at the Salon on multiple occasions. Hopf likely left Paris for Zurich in 1890.
- Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland
- Autopsy (Professor Poirier, Paris), 1889, Oil on canvas, 134 x 142 cm, in the collection of Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland. 
- Women Artists in Paris: 1850 – 1900, curated by the American Federation of Arts, Denver Art Museum (2017 – 2018), Speed Art Museum (2018), Clark Art Institute (2018)
- "Anna Stebler". ArtNet. Retrieved 30 March 2019.
- "Stebler-Hopf, Annie (Anny)". SIKART Dictionary and database. Retrieved 30 March 2019.
- Madeline, Lawrence (2017). Women Artists in Paris, 1850-1900. New Haven; New York: Yale University Press and the American Federation of the Arts. p. 249. ISBN 9780300223934.
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