biografia di Eustace Paul ZIEGLER (1881-1969)

Birth place: Detroit, MI

Death place: Seattle, WA

Addresses: Alaska, 1909-1930s; Seattle, WA, from 1940s (with summers in Alaska)

Profession: Painter, mural painter, etcher, lithographer, teacher

Studied: Detroit Sch. FA; Detroit Mus. Art, with Ida M. Perrault and Francis Paulis

Exhibited: Ann. Northwest Art Exh., 1926 (prize), 1927 (prize), 1929 (prize), 1931 (prize), 1932 (prize), 1934 (prize); Frye Mus., Seattle, 1969 (solo of 63 oils)

Member: Puget Sound Group Painters; Pacific Northwest Acad.

Work: Anchorage (AL) Hist. and Fine Arts Mus.; Univ. of Alaska Mus., Fairbanks; SAM; Charles and Emma Frye Art Mus., Seattle; murals on the steamship Alaska"; Olympic Hotel, Public Library, Broadway H.S., all in Seattle; Capitol, Washington; Dayton Clinic, Ohio, Public Library, Jersey City Art Mus.; Baranof Hotel, Juneau, AK; CPLH"

Comments: Specialist: paintings of Alaska - the landscape and people. A prolific artist, he once estimated that he had painted over 50 paintings a year for 60 years.

Sources: WW40; 300 Years of American Art, vol. 2: 777; Trip and Cook, Washington State Art and Artists; P & H Samuels, 547; 300 Years of American Art, 777; obit., PHF files (unident., Jan. 1969)

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