(1884 - 1955)
Remington Schuyler was active/lived in New York, Missouri. Remington Schuyler is known for illustration-western frontier painting.
Biography Remington Schuyler
Known for his "pulp illustrations," he did illustrations for "Boy's Life" and the Boy Scout handbook as part of his thirty-year service as a Boy Scout volunteer. He was a mural painter and editor of "Architectural Record," and he was the artist-in-residence and associate professor of art at Missouri Valley College for six years.
He was Born in Buffalo, New York and grew up in the Midwest. He studied engineering and art at Washington University in St. Louis and studied in Paris and Rome at the Art Students League in New York and with Howard Pyle.
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