(1896 - 1985)
William C. Grauer was active/lived in Ohio. William Grauer is known for mural, genre, landscape, marine paintings.
Biography William Grauer
William C. Grauer was a painter, muralist, and art teacher active in Cleveland for nearly 60
years. Born in Philadelphia, he graduated from the Pennsylvania Museum
School of Industrial Art in 1914 and saw service in France during World
War I. Coming to Cleveland as a free-lance artist in 1927, he married
Natalie Eynon (1888-1955), a fellow native Philadelphian and artist with
whose career his own became intertwined.
Invited to contribute murals
to the President's Cottage at White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., in 1932, they returned to found and co-direct the Old White Art
Colony, School and Gallery there during the summers from 1934-40. During
the same period they also started the art department at Cleve Encyclopedia of Cleveland
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