(1887 - 1965)
George Lienemann was active/lived in Indiana. George Lienemann is known for landscape, townscape.
Biography George Lienemann
One of the Richmond School of Artist, George Lieneman studied in the Richmond Community Schools and at the studio of John Elwood Bundy. Lienemann lived in Richmond much of his life and was a shoemaker at 811 S. E St. He was a prolific painter in the style of Bundy. Many of his paintings are double sided oil on board with a typical size of 10x12 inches.
The story is told that one evening in 1924, George Lienemann picked up his son's paint brush and began painting. The next morning his family was surprised to see a complete watercolor scene of a crane standing in a stream- Not bad for a 37 year Richmond shoemaker. When Lienemann died 41 years later, he left behind more than 350 paintings of scenes from around Richmond and the Whitewate
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