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 Frank Enders  (1860 - 1921)

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Lived/Active: Wisconsin      Known for: genre, landscape, figure, allegory

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An important early Milwaukee painter and etcher in the Munich realist style, Frank Enders studied at the Munich Academy and with Henry Vianden, prominent Milwaukee artist for whom Enders worked as a sign painter. From 1879 to 1884, he studied in Munich at the Academy with Alois Gabl, historical and genre painter, and Wilhelm von Lindenschmidt, historical, landscape and genre artist.

Upon his return to Milwaukee, he set up a studio at 55 Oneida Street and became active in the Milwaukee Art Association. In 1889, he toured in the West for several months, visiting Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Denver, Colorado; and San Juan, New Mexico. He painted depictions of adobe houses, Indian villages and ceremonies but expressed little approval of the Indian way of life, calling it "indolent".

From 1891 to 1894, he did more travel, which included painting murals in St. Louis; spending time in Omaha, Nebraska; and working in Chicago and New York. By 1895, he was back in Milwaukee, where in 1900, he became one of the founders of the Society of Milwaukee Artists. His painting subjects included portraits, figures, and regional scenery including nearby Jones Island, where a fishing village was located. He also did a series of etchings of that village.


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Peter Merrill, "German-American Artists in Early Milwaukee"

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