Louis C. Brunt (1883 - 1961)

Birth date: 1883 Death date: 1961  
Birth location: East Liverpool, Ohio Death location:  
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Biographical Brief

Known for his realistic/impressionistic landscapes he also did portraits.
Maintained a studio in Cleveland, Ohio.
Education:
Beaver College, Beaver, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, studied landscape painting under Frank and Gertrude Fryett
Attended Carnegie School of Art, New York
Studied under William Merritt Chase, New York
Special course, Chicago Art Institute
Art Organizations:
Founder of the Seven Arts Society, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Exhibitions:
1928, Moonlight on a Branch of the La Cross River was exhibited in the Twentieth Milwaukee Journal's Gallery of Wisconsin Art
Circa 1934, Summer on the Menomonee, was exhibited in the Twenty-Sixth Milwaukee Journal's Gallery of
Wisconsin Art

Collections:
Represented in private or public collections in New York; Akron and Cleveland, Ohio; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Detroit, Michigan; Chicago, Illinois; Los Angeles, California; Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Kenosha, Racine and Milwaukee , Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Affiliations

Wisconsin Art Organizations

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