(1873 - 1955)
Julius Seyler was active/lived in Montana / Germany. Julius Seyler is known for figure-Indian in Montana 1913-16, landscape, genre.
Born in Munich, Germany, Julius Seyler became a painter and teacher who spent most of his career in Germany but also spent time on the American frontier in the early 20th century. It was written that he "found his greatest satisfaction painting the Blackfoot Indians of Montana". (1)
Seyler was a student at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts and there received classical training. In 1909, when he was age 36, he went to Paris to study and came under the influence of Barbizon painters including Jean Millet and Camille Corot. It is thought that his painting career would have continued in that tradition, except that he married Helga Boekmann, an art student from St. Paul, Minnesota. In 1910, he went to America with her to meet her family tha ... Displaying 750 of 2768 characters.