(1857 - 1932)
Fernand Harvey Lungren was active/lived in California, New York, Maryland. Fernand Lungren is known for views-street-Indian, illustrator.
Born in Hagerstown, Maryland, Fernand Lungren became a painter and illustrator of Southwest desert and Indian ceremonial scenes as well as desert landscape and Indians subjects of that time, especially ceremonies of the Navajo, Apaches, and Hopis. His best known painting is "Thirst", 1896, a dying man with a dead horse, and published in "Harper's Weekly," it attracted much attention nationwide.
He was raised in Toledo, Ohio and attended the University of Maryland but, not liking formal education, was influenced by artist Kenyon Cox to quit college to paint. He studied art in Cincinnati, in Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts with Thomas Eakins, and in Paris at the Academy Julian.
At age 20, he became a ... Displaying 750 of 6287 characters.