(1877 - 1953)
Eugene Paul Ullman was active/lived in New York / France. Eugene Ullman is known for landscape, portrait, figure, marine.
The following biography is based on information provided by Pierre Ullman, son of the artist, in his introduction to an exhibition catalogue "Process and Repose" of the artist's work at the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee, April 2000:
Eugene Ullman was primarily a representational painter although he experimented with other styles, and his heyday was the early part of the 20th century. His subjects were portrait, figure and landscape. He had independent income so was not dependent upon outside approval of his artwork to make money---in other words, he stayed with his own credo.
Ullman was born in New York City to German immigrant parents and as a child, he did many drawings of horses, ships, and horse-drawn carriages. Walt ... Displaying 750 of 5035 characters.