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Eanger Irving Couse

 (1866 - 1936)
Eanger Irving Couse was active/lived in New Mexico, New York, Michigan / France, Mexico.  Eanger Couse is known for Indian figure and genre painting, illustration.

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Eanger Irving Couse


Born in Saginaw, Michigan, Eanger Couse is primarily known for paintings of Taos Pueblo Indian males sitting or squatting by camp fire light, suggesting that Indians were peaceful, dignified human beings and not the savages of Western lore.

Growing up in Saginaw, he lived among the Chippewa Indians and as a youngster did sketches of these native people. From a poor family, he was a determined artist who studied for three months at the Art Institute of Chicago, having earned just enough money by painting houses, and then he returned to Saginaw to earn more money so he could go to New York City which he did in 1885. He enrolled in the National Academy of Design and did many odd jobs to support himself, and after two years returned to S  ...  Displaying 750 of 25901 characters.



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About  Eanger Irving Couse

Born:  1866 - Saginaw, Michigan
Died:   1936 - Albuquerque, New Mexico
Known for:  Indian figure and genre painting, illustration