(1871 - 1910)
Frank Paul Sauerwein was active/lived in Colorado, Arizona, California, New Mexico, Connecticut, New Jersey. Frank Sauerwein is known for landscape, Indian figure and genre painting.
Born in Cantonville, New Jersey, Frank Sauerwein, during a short lifetime of thirty-nine years, became a specialist of western scene painting including Southwest Indians in their landscape. "Had he not died in 1910, he likely could have become the seventh founding member of the Taos Society of Artists" ('Frank Paul Sauerwein', Grauer, Harrison, Holmes).
From the time he was a student at the Pennsylvania Academy, he signed his last name "Sauerwen," although Sauerwein is the correct spelling.
He was raised in Philadelphia and had his first art lessons from his European trained father, Charles Sauerwein (1839-1918). Frank studied at the Philadelphia School of Industrial Art, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, the Art In ... Displaying 750 of 9720 characters.