(1899 - 1988)
Alfred James Tulk was active/lived in New York, Connecticut. Alfred Tulk is known for Painter, mural painter.
Biography Alfred Tulk
Alfred James Tulk was born in London, England in 1899. In 1913, the Tulk family moved to Oberlin, Ohio. He studied art at Oberlin Art College and graduated from Yale University's Fine Art program in 1923.
Tulk studied at the National Academy of Design and the Arts Student League in New York while living in Greenwich Village. He studied under Max Weber who taught other notable modernists of the period including Mark Rothko. He worked as an assistant to muralist Ezra Winter who was commissioned for a major mural in Rockefeller Center.
Tulk was elected to the National Academy of Design and was a vice president of the American Institute of Architects. He received major mural commissions from 1925 onwards including a 1928 commission for th
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