(1871 - 1945)
Orlando Rouland was active/lived in New York, Massachusetts, Illinois. Orlando Rouland is known for luminous landscape and cityscape painting, portraits.
Biography Orlando Rouland
Born in Illinois, Orlando Rouland became a painter of rural landscapes,
scenes of New York City, and portraits of notable personages including
Thomas Edison, Dame Nellie Melba, Sam Houston, John Muir and Theodore
Roosevelt. He studied in Europe at the Julian Academy in Paris
with Benjamin Constant and Jean Paul Laurens and also in London,
Germany with Max Thedy, and in New York City.
Rouland's wife was Minnie Dwight, a New York socialite who worked hard to
promote her husband's career. She was a patroness of the
dancer Ruth St. Denis, and as a result of that friendship, Orlando Rouland did a painting
of St. Denis performing "Cobras".
In New York City, Rouland was a member of the Allied Artists of
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