(1887 - 1986)
Emil Eugen Holzhauer was active/lived in Georgia, Florida. Emil Holzhauer is known for avant-garde genre, landscape and interiors painting, teaching.
Born in Schwabisch-Gmund, Germany, Emil Holzhauer became an avant-garde painter whose work is characterized by heavy lines filled with color and with rhythmic, harmonic space. His primary mediums were watercolor, oil, and casein, and in 1930, he earned the Logan Medal and Purchase prize at the 10th International Watercolor Exhibition in Chicago for his portrait, "Patricia." His work was heavily influenced by scenes from the South, and by the rising nationalism in the United States.
In Germany, he apprenticed in a silver and metalware factory where he learned design and modeling, and in the evenings, he studied art at the Staatliche Werkkunst Schule.
He arrived in New York in 1906 and with fellow students Edward Hopper, Georg ... Displaying 750 of 8889 characters.