Louis George Bouche
(1896 - 1969)
Louis George Bouche was active/lived in New York, Massachusetts. Louis Bouche is known for genre, landscape, still-life and mural painting.
A long-time teacher at the Art Students League in New York City, from
1934 to 1969, he was a painter of realistic genre city scenes. He
also directed the Belmaison Gallery in New York where he showed work by
emerging French and American artists.
He was born in New York
and studied with Frank DuMond, Richard Miller and Luis Mora at the Art
Students League and with Jean Paul Laurens in Paris. Returning to
New York, he had a highly successful career depicting life around
him. Bouche's father was also a painter.
Working with Stanford White, Louis did designs for palatial homes of
the Astors and Carnegies and planned the decorations for New York's
Hotel Plaza. When the Pennsylvania Railroad wa ... Displaying 750 of 1531 characters.