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Lloyd Lhron Albright

 (1896 - 1950)
Lloyd Lhron Albright was active/lived in Texas, Minnesota.  Lloyd Albright is known for modernist-leaning landscape, Indians, pueblo, carver.

Lloyd Lhron Albright

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A painter, architect and wood carver, Lloyd Albright lived in Dalhart, Texas and was born in Cleburne, Texas. He was very interested in adobe structures and designed many replicas of them for Dalhart including his own studio, a two-level structure, which he decorated with his wood carvings. As a painter, he did numerous New Mexico and West Texas landscapes and scenes with adobes, missions, mountains and trees.

He worked for the Rock Island Railroad and was in the Army during World War I.

As an artist, he was primarily self taught, although in 1922 he took a few classes at the Chicago Academy of Fine Art, and in 1930 studied in Taos, New Mexico, with Buck Dunton, and in 1931 with Emil Bisttram.

He died in Minnesota, where he had gone for medical treatment.

John and Deborah Powers, "Texas Painters, Sculptors, and Graphic Artists"
Doris Dawdy, "Artists of the American West"
Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"

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About  Lloyd Lhron Albright

Born:  1896 - Cleborne, Texas
Died:   1950 - Minnesota
Known for:  modernist-leaning landscape, Indians, pueblo, carver

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Taos pre-1940