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 William Voegtlin  (1850 - )

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Lived/Active: California/New York / Germany      Known for: Scenic Art

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Gene Meier

Saratoga Springs, New York,Town Hall Opera House,Voegtlin,p.259

Gene Meier

William Voegtlin
CHICAGO TRIBUNE 12-18-1892,p.41 Paint Minic Scenes:William Voegtlin,the greatest deviser of transformation effects that ever walked the paint bridge. He had a style particularly his own and seemed to incorporate the stunning effects of all schools, but was not without artistic weaknesses and peculiarities. In some respects his drawing had the weakness of Morgan, but his color was wonderfully vivid, and he was a grand master with foil....Voegtlein often ate and slept on the paint frame for weeks at a time during the rush of a great production.Then followed a period of dissipation, when his painting was very "red".

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