(1889 - 1989)
Carl Schmitt was active/lived in Connecticut, Ohio. Carl Schmitt is known for still life, portrait, landscape paintings.
Biography Carl Schmitt
Looking at a painting by Carl Schmitt in an exhibition in the Brooklyn Museum during the early 1920s, a viewer reportedly proclaimed, "This couldn't have been painted by a human hand!" Carl Schmitt's lifelong study of color and form, which arose from an untiring pursuit of beauty in modern art and humanity, enabled him to achieve what another critic, the Irish poet and friend Padraic Colum, described as "giving us rapture" (The Commonweal, 1930).
His talent allowed him to exhibit at such world-renowned places as The Carnegie International in Pittsburgh, The Chicago Art Institute, The Corcoran Gallery in Washington, D.C., and the Brooklyn Museum. He helped start the Silvermine Guild of Artists in 1926 with Solon Borglum and other
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