(1872 - 1965)
Louis Kronberg was active/lived in New York, Florida, Massachusetts / France. Louis Kronberg is known for portrait, theatre figures, dancers.
Kronberg, often referred to as "the American Degas,"was born in Boston on December 20, 1872. He displayed artistic talent in his elementary school years and while he was only fifteen years old, his brother, who had become an impresario, made it possible for Louis to copy portraits of stage and concert celebrities backstage. Louis came to know Ignaz Paderewski, Boris Chaliapin, and other big names. Kronberg eventually became a student at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston where he was influenced by the Tarbell-Benson manner. By October of 1889, Kronberg was in New York where he sought new inspiration at the Art Students League. The Boston Museum School's Longfellow Traveling S ... Displaying 750 of 11196 characters.