(1889 - 1966)
Eduard Buk Ulreich was active/lived in California, New York / Hungary, Austria. Eduard Ulreich is known for easel and mural painting, design, illustration.
Born in Austria-Hungary and living in New York until 1962 when he moved to San Francisco, Eduard Ulreich became a painter of genre, a sculptor, muralist, designer and magazine illustrator. Many of his murals are in hotels, temples, industrial buildings, and post offices, and in the 1930s, he was well known for his talents in New York City, having completed in 1932 a mural, Wild West, for the third-mezzanine men's lounge at Radio City Music Hall in Rockefeller Center. Six feet square and depicting a saddled cowboy breaking a bronco, the mural was painted on leather in earthy tones, which reinforced the western theme.
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