(1921 - 1976)
Terry Saul was active/lived in Oklahoma. Saul is known for Indian-symbolic painter, genre, figure, educator.
Known as Chief Terry Saul, a leader of the Choctaw/Chickasaw tribe, he
was an illustrator, educator, painter, muralist and commercial
artist. Chief Saul was the son of Nona Anderson and John B. Saul
and grew up in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. He attended high school at
Bacone College in Bacone, Oklahoma.
He served in the Army during World War II , and in 1948, earned a
Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree at the University of Oklahoma, and an
M.F.A. the following year. From 1951 to 1952, he studied at the
Art Students League in New York City.
Having studied earlier with Woodrow "Woody" Crumbo and Acee Blue Eagle
at Bacone College, he became Director of the Bacone Art Department.
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