(1875 - 1945)
Samuel Edward Gideon was active/lived in Texas, California. Samuel Gideon is known for mission other architectural, illustrator.
Biography Samuel Gideon
Samuel Edward Gideon was a painter, illustrator and art historian credited with bringing public attention to the German artists of Central Texas. HIs painting and illustration specialty was architectural landmarks including "The Alamo" in San Antonio.
Gideon was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky and attended Harvard University and The Massachusetts Institute of Technology studying architecture. In addition, he graduated from the American School of Fine Arts, Fontainbleau, France; followed with study at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paria; and Columbia University in New York City.
Gideon taught at Texas A&M College, College Station, Texas (1900-04), and then was professor of architectural design and history at the Univers
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