(1898 - 1987)
Ward Montague was active/lived in California, New York. Ward Montague is known for modernist figure, portrait, landscape painting, sculpture, woodcarvings.
Biography Ward Montague
1898 (Covelo, CA) - 1987 (Mill Valley, CA)
Ward Montague was born in Covelo, California, in 1898. He served in World War I and began sculpting as part of the vocational training he received. Montague went on to study at the California School of Fine Arts in San Francisco, the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, and with Fernand Leger, Jean Charlot, and Emilio Amero.
Montague lived in San Francisco through the late 1920s, where he worked with Ralph Stackpole, whose direct-cut techniques were a major influence on Montague's own work. He also worked in Mexico City with Diego Rivera, and exhibited in San Francisco at the Art Association and the Modern Gallery in 1926. In 1927 Montague's drawings and
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