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 Homer E. Ellertson  (1892 - 1935)

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Lived/Active: North Carolina/Wisconsin      Known for: landscape, illustrator, genre

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
A native of Wisconsin, Homer Ellertson studied at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and won a scholarship to study in France. In 1920 he joined the artists' colony at Tryon, in the mountains of western North Carolina. There he spent the rest of his life until his death at the early age of 42.

He exhibited widely in major American art centers, and was a member of AFA,
Southern States Art League, and the Scandinavian American Society of
Artists. In the 1920s his work is Modernist, with many of the subjects
European. In the 1930s his work is American Scene, with a lighthearted
sense of humor -- not typical of Depression-era artists -- that was lauded
by the critics.

Ellertson worked in charcoal as well as watercolor, gouache, and oil. A multi-media retrospective of his oeuvre was exhibited at Tryon Fine Arts Center in 2000.

(c) Michael J. McCue

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