(1891 - 1967)
Oscar A. Strobel was active/lived in Arizona, California, Ohio. Oscar Strobel is known for desert, portrait and western scene painting, murals, teaching.
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Biography Oscar Strobel
A painter, illustrator, etcher, and lithographer, Oscar Strobel lived in California and Arizona where he did traditional western painting, illustration, and painted numerous murals.
He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, and was a pupil there of Frank Duveneck, Max Rabes, and in Germany with Frank Herrman. In New York, he studied with Robert Henri.
He began visiting the Southwest and West in the 1920s, and the Walter Bimson Collection in Arizona has a 1926 Strobel watercolor painting titled Navajo Sheep Herders. During the 1930s, he was a resident of Hollywood, California, with a year, 1936 to 1937, in Phoenix, and in 1938, he moved there and in 1941, became art instructor at the Judson School.
During the 1960s, he l
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