(1899 - 1983)
Charles Wheeler Locke was active/lived in New York, Ohio. Charles Locke is known for etcher, urban genre, portrait.
Biography Charles Locke
The following is from Peter Kostoulakos, ISA ˜ Fine Art Consultant
Charles Wheeler Locke
Charles Wheeler Locke — painter, illustrator, etcher, lithographer, teacher, and drawing specialist — was born in Cincinnati, OH on August 31, 1899 and died in Garrison, NY in 1983. He is best remembered for his etchings and his urban genre, portraits, and bar scenes. Locke held a teaching position with the Art Students League in New York City and illustrated Tale of a Tub, by Swift and published by Columbia University Press. Locke's address in 1929 was 78 Columbia Heights in Brooklyn, NY and his summer residence was 3906 Hazel Avenue in Norwood, OH.
Locke studied at the Art Students Le
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