GEORGE WILLIAM SOTTER
George Sotter, though relatively unknown, has recently been called "one of the most locally popular of the Pennsylvania Impressionists." (An American Tradition, 1995-96, p. 29). Born in Pittsburgh on September 25, 1879, Sotter began his art education with local teachers and with Henry G. Keller, who had studied in various German academies. Keller, known for his superb, atmospheric watercolors, taught at the Cleveland School of Art but Sotter studied with him in Pittsburgh. Later Sotter would exhibit between 1903 and 1937 at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. His works were also shown at the Corcoran Gallery (1912-23), the Carnegie International (1901-26), the National Ac
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