Charles Livingston Bull
(1874 - 1932)
Charles Livingston Bull was active/lived in New Jersey. Charles Bull is known for wildlife, genre, illustrator, mural.
Charles Livingston Bull(1874- 1932) was the premier wildlife artist of his time in America, perhaps the best of his kind in the world. He drew and painted realistic animals, a subject he explored through literature.
Bull loved animals, but because of his father's harping that art was a waste of time, he also apprenticed in taxidermy, an occupation that greatly contributed to his expertise on animal anatomy. He also took evening drawing classes at the Mechanic's Institute in his home town of Rochester, and there he met Harvey Ellis. With him and several other artists, he formed the Rochester Arts & Crafts Society, one of the first groups in the United States to focus on the Arts and Crafts movement. Eventually he earned the position ... Displaying 750 of 3392 characters.