(1891 - 1983)
Fred A. Nagler was active/lived in New York, Texas, Massachusetts. Fred Nagler is known for religious subject painting, etching, sculpture, teaching.
Fred Nagler was born in 1891 at Springfield, Massachusetts, where he
first studied wood carving. From 1914 to 1917, he studied at the
Art Student's League in New York City, where his professors included
Tom Fogerty, Frank Dumond, George Bridgman, and Robert Henri.
At the Art Student's League he won the Bridgman Scholarship and Annual
Portrait Prize, a competition juried by George Bellows and John
Sloan. Subsequently, he became a member of the Art Student's
League Board of Control. In 1940 he became president of the Bronx
Mr. Nagler was offered many positions during his
career, including Chairman of the Art Department of the Connecticut
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