(1908 - 1974)
Paschal Quackenbush was active/lived in Colorado. Paschal Quackenbush is known for easel and mural painting.
A Denver native, Paschal Quackenbush attended North High School in Denver and studied under noted local artists, Helen Perry and Anne Gregory Van Briggle Ritter. He was awarded a scholarship, and studied at the Art Students League in New York, then later with Thomas Hart Benton, and in Europe.
Quackenbush returned to Denver in 1927 where he studied with Allen Tupper True. He was True's paid assistant and he helped on many murals: the State Capitol Rotunda, the Greek Amphitheater in Civic Center, and the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Building, all still existing in downtown Denver. Quackenbush was one of the founders of the Denver (later Colorado) Artists Guild in 1929.
A fine muralist in his own right, in 1936 ... Displaying 750 of 1534 characters.