(1859 - 1932)
Theodore M. Wendel was active/lived in Massachusetts, Ohio. Theodore Wendel is known for landscape paintings, town-coastal views.
The product of a Midwestern upbringing, he had two years of study at the University of Cincinnati School of Design and then continued his art studies in Munich. In 1897, he enrolled in Frank Duveneck's class at Polling, Bavaria and studied in Italy for several years as one of the "Duveneck Boys," spending winters in Florence and summers in Venice. He returned to America in 1881 and then went to Giverny, France in 1887 and became one of a small group of painters who were close to Claude Monet and the French impressionist movement. Returning to the United States in 1889, he taught at Cowles Art School and at Wellesley College until his marriage in 1897.
The couple took an extended trip to France and Italy and then settled in 1899 in I ... Displaying 750 of 4784 characters.