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 Henry (H.C.) Wildermuth  (1877 - 1965)

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Lived/Active: Ohio      Known for: impressionist and realist portrait and landscape painting

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Henry (H.C.) Wildermuth (died October 10, 1965 in Toledo, Ohio)

A native of Mount Corey, Ohio (birth date unknown), he lived in Toledo for 60 years.  He was the owner of the Blaine-Wildermuth Piano Company  for 35 years where he exhibited his own works and the works of other Toledo artists.  The group of artist were know as the "Art Klan" where Mr. Wildermuth was the president on three occasions.  He was a member of the Toledo Arts Club.  There is no evidence Mr. Wildermuth received any formal training and was self taught.  He studied with Karl Kappes, Fritz Boehmer, T. J. Keane, Jess DeViney and Frank Wilcox, all of Ohio and were likely members of the "Art Klan."
 
His works were exhibited in 10 of the annual Toledo Area Artist Exhibitions from 1935 - 1950 and in 1951 he exhibited in the Toledo exhibition "50 years of Toledo Art, 1901-1950.  In April, 1949 he was invited by the Toledo Museum of Art to hold a one man show of his own where 30 canvases of water colors and oils were displayed.  Subject included realism and impressionistic style portraits and landscapes from Ohio, Michigan, Mexico and the East Coast.
 
Sources include:
Toledo Museum of Art
Toledo Lucas County Library
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