(1864 - 1919)
Charles Frederick (William) Mielatz was active/lived in Rhode Island / Germany. Charles Mielatz is known for etcher, street-structures, marine.
Biography Charles Mielatz
Source: Who's Who in American Art 1920
Charles Frederick William Mielatz, born in Bredden, Germany on May 24, 1864 was a pupil of the Chicago School of Design and Frederic Rondel in New York.
He was a member of the New York Etching Club (Secretary); ANA 1906; American Watercolor Society, receiving awards; and the St. Louis Exposition 1904. He also served as an Instructor at the National Academy of Design.
Source: Excerpts from "A History of British and American Etching" by James Laver, printed and made in England, published in New York by Dodd, Mead & Company 1929
...His works extends to some three hundred plates, mostly of architecture and landscape. He was taught etching by J. J. Callahan the amateur, and became so
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