(1847 - 1935)
Frederick Dielman was active/lived in Connecticut, New York / Germany. Frederick Dielman is known for genre, figure, portrait, mural and allegory subject painting.
Biography Frederick Dielman
Frederick Dielman (1847-1935) is best remembered for his allegorical mural paintings and mosaic murals, especially the mosaic* panels in the Library of Congress. He also created a large mosaic, Thrift, in the Albany New York Savings Bank; six mosaic panels in the State Capitol buildings in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and Des Moines, Iowa; and, seven mural paintings for the Evening Star building in Washington, D. C. (1902, destroyed).
In 1894, when Dielman received his Library of Congress commission for the Law and History mosaics, it may have been his first experience to provide large-scale designs in this medium for an architectural setting. When Dielman set up his first studio in New York in 1876 after four y
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