(1866 - 1909)
Louis Loeb was active/lived in New York, New Hampshire / France. Louis Loeb is known for magazine illustration, allegorical figure and landscape painting, lithography.
Louis Loeb began his career as an illustrator during the early 1890s, achieving considerable renown in the realm of black and white. However, he later turned his attention to painting, garnering widespread acclaim for his portraits and figural work. His many admirers in the New York art world included the painter William A. Coffin, who lauded his technical acumen and described him an artist who "was as sincere in his art as he was in his conscientious and upright life." 1
Loeb was born in Cleveland, Ohio on November 7th 1866, the son of Alexander Loeb, a dry-goods merchant, and his wife, Sarah. After attending a local public school, he served as an apprentice at the lithography firm of Johns and Company. He later worked for a French ... Displaying 750 of 5010 characters.