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 Charles Waldo Love  (1881 - 1967)

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Lived/Active: Colorado/New York/District Of Columbia      Known for: landscape, panorama and portrait painting

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Charles Waldo Love
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Mountain Landscape
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Born in Washington D.C., Charles Waldo Love was a long-time staff member in Denver at the Museum of Natural History, where he created habitat backgrounds, many of them atmospheric, colorful dioramas.  He was also employed by the Colorado State Historical Society and did a number of historical portraits.

His early art training was in Denver with Henry Reed at the Reed Art School, and then he won a scholarship to the Art Students League in New York City where he also became a member of the Guild of Free Lance Artists.  He studied in Paris, worked in New York as a commercial artist, and then returned to Denver where in 1937, he began a twenty-year career at the Denver Museum.

Attracted to painting the western landscape, he traveled and painted widely in the West and Southwest, and his work is in the Santa Fe Railroad Collection.

During his retirement from the Museum, he worked on special assignments for the institution, painting thirty-three panoramas in the habitat section.  He also did numerous easel paintings of mountain and woodland scenes.

Dorothy Harmsen, American Western Art

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