(1896 - 1982)
William Joseph Schaldach was active/lived in Arizona, Connecticut, Indiana. William Schaldach is known for landscape and bird-wildlife painting, etching, illustration.
Biography William Schaldach
Born in Elkhart, Indiana and living the first part of his life in New York City and then West Hartford, Connecticut, William Schaldach was an artist, writer and illustrator.
From childhood he showed great interest in fishing and wild fowl. In 1908, he moved with his family to Michigan where he attended high school and did much writing and drawing and by age 19, had published a book of his own drawings.
He served in the Navy, and then studied at the Art Students League in New York City as a pupil of Harry Wickey, John Sloan and George Bridgman. In 1927, he made the first of many prints. "Throughout his career he produced several prints and watercolors of wildfowl, anglers with fly rods in rivers, streams an
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