PAUL BERNARD KING
Traditional American painter Paul King was born in Buffalo, New York on February 9, 1867. Even as a boy, Paul learned the meaning of composition, color, and texture as he assisted his father, Bernard H. King, a competent designer and craftsman of objects in precious metal.
He also learned the importance of draftsmanship at the age of sixteen when he took up lithography*. After the founding of the Buffalo Art Students League (1891), King became one of the first to study there. In Buffalo's Bohemian Sketch Club he shared his enthusiasm for art with Eugene Speicher, Edward Dufner, and George Bridgman who also taught at the Buffalo Art Students League. The League would move in
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