(1894 - 1938)
Paul Ludwig Gill was active/lived in Pennsylvania. Paul Gill is known for sea-town-landscape, genre, mural.
The following, at the suggestion of Wes Loder, Campus Librarian, Penn State/Schuylkill, heavily references the website: www.personal.psu.edu/faculty/m/w/mw12/Gill
Paul Ludwig Gill, painter and teacher at the Moore Institute of Design in Philadelphia, was born in 1894 in Auburn, New York. By 1920, he had graduated from Syracuse University, served in the army and nearly died from the complications he experienced as a result of the flu and his treatment at Walter Reed Hospital. He had lost a lung and could not indulge in rigorous activities.
In 1928, he married artist Sue May Wescott, and the two traveled extensively together early in their relationship, going from England to Paris, to Italy, visiting museums and art schools and ... Displaying 750 of 4617 characters.