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 Ulrich Henry Ellerhusen  (1879 - 1957)

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Lived/Active: New York/New Jersey / Germany      Known for: sculpture, teaching, painting, medallic art

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Emigrating to America in 1894, Ulrich Ellerhusen established a reputation for sculpture and monuments.  He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago* and the Art Students League* in New York, and teachers included Lorado Taft and Karl Bitter.

He was a teacher at the National Academy of Design* in New York City, and established the Ellerhusen School of Painting.  As a medallic* artist for the Medallic Art Company, he created a medal inscribed to artist Gertrude Lathrop.  It was an allegorical winged female seated in front of a rearing horse. 

Ellerhusen lived in New York City and in Towaco, New Jersey.

Memberships included the National Academy of Design, National Sculpture Society*, Architectural League of New York, Beaux-Arts Institute, Allied Art Association and American Federation of the Arts.

Exhibition venues were the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1912-17, 1924; St. Louis Art League (prize); Art Institute of Chicago, 1916; Society of Independent Artists, 1918; Architectural League, 1929 (medal); and the Allied Art Artists of America*, 1934 (medal).

Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art
Susan Luftschein, One Hundred Years of American Medallic Art, 1845-1945

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