(1894 - 1982)
Herbert A. Steinke was active/lived in New York, Wisconsin. Herbert Steinke is known for landscape-Adirondacks, harbor scene.
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Biography Herbert Steinke
Born in Wausau, Wisconsin, Herbert Steinke was a post-impressionist
painter whose favorite scenes show farms, lakes and wilderness in the
Adirondacks and in the Catskills, near the noted art colony at
Woodstock, New York. He lived most of his adult life in Albany,
New York, where he spent thirty years as teacher and Director of Art
Education for the public school system. During these years he
also frequently traveled to Old Lyme, Connecticut, to paint and visit
his in-laws, who lived there.
Before settling in upstate New York, Steinke graduated from the Chicago
Academy of Fine Art in 1923 and earned a BFA in 1925 from the Yale
University School of Fine Art, where he studied with Eugene
Savage. He also
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