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Samuel Roller

 (mid 20th century)
Samuel Kay Roller was active/lived in Virginia, New York.  Samuel Roller is known for painting, etching, teaching, illustration.

Biography   Samuel Roller

Samuel Roller was a painter, teacher, etcher, and newspaper and magazine illustrator who lived in Lynchburg, Virginia; and Cooperstown, New York.  His cover work appeared in the Richmond Times Dispatch and McCall's magaizne.  He was also an instructor in Cooperstown, New York in 1951, and an etcher for the Pierce Lithography Corporation.

Roller stuided at the Corcoran Gallery of Art of Art of Art; New York School Art; Chicago Academy Art; University Virginia, and Otis Art School.  Among his teachers were Robert Henri and George Ennis.

He was a member of the American Artists Professional League; Cooperstown Art Association; Lynchburg Art Club; and Lynchburg Art Center.

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