(1862 - 1954)
Edward Frederick Ertz was active/lived in Louisiana, Illinois / England. Edward Ertz is known for wood engraving, illustration, teaching, still-life painting.
Biography Edward Ertz
Born in Canfield, Illinois, Edward Ertz became a watercolor painter of
landscapes, etcher especially noted for wood engraving, illustrator,
and teacher with a distinguished career in America, France and England.
As a young man, he studied in Paris with Jules Lefebvre, Benjamin
Constant, and Paul Delance, and then went to Chicago for five years to
do an engraving apprenticeship. About 1881, he went to New
Orleans where he established a lithography business that was active in
Louisiana, Texas and Mississippi. Among his commissions were
mastheads for newspapers and lithographic views for the World's
Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition. A writer for a
publication, The Industries of New Orleans
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