(1919 - 1995)
Gus Nall was active/lived in Illinois. Gus Nall is known for painting.
Gus Nall studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and in Paris. He was particularly influenced by fellow Chicagoans, Eldzier Cortor and Archibald Motley.
He was featured in Art Gallery Magazine (1968, "The Afro-American Issue", as well as Carol Myers' Black Power in the Arts.
His work, Lincoln Speaks to Freedmen on the Steps of the Capital at Richmond, is in the collection of the DuSable Museum of African-American History.
African-American artist who was active in the mid-20th century in Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, and Illinois, Gus Nall is listed in Cederholm's Afro-American Artists, A Bio-bibliographical Directory.