(1875 - 1929)
Sigurd Skou was active/lived in New York. Sigurd Skou is known for portrait, nudes, still life, seascape painting.
Biography Sigurd Skou
Born in Oslo, Norway, Skou was a student of Anders Zorn in Stockholm and Christian Krolig in Paris. Early in the century, he immigrated to the U.S. where he first settled in New York. While there he closely identified with the local art scene, becoming a member of the Allied Artists of America, the New York Watercolor Club, the American Watercolor Club, the Salmagundi Club and the Boston Art Club. He was also a founding member of the Grand Central Art Galleries.
Moving on to Chicago in 1918, he found employment as an illustrator and became a participant in local exhibitions; in particular the Norwegian-American exhibitions of 1922, 1923 and 1926. He also participated in exhibitions at the Art Institute of Chi
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