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 Oscar H. Julius  (1882 - 1965)

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Lived/Active: New Jersey/Maine/Massachusetts      Known for: designer stain-glass, landscape

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Oscar Julius (1882-1965) began his art training at the Boston Museum School. Afterwards, he moved to New York to study at the National Academy of Design School and finally graduated from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. Julius painted in both watercolors and oils.

He maintained memberships in many artists' associations, including the Society of Brooklyn Painters and Sculptors, the American Watercolor Society, and the Salmagundi Club and was a founding member of the Guild of American Painters, begun in 1921. In 1931, Julius won the important William Church Osborne Purchase Prize from the American Watercolor Society, which brought him considerable public and professional attention. Then in 1936, a series of his watercolors was shown in a one-man traveling national exhibition.

A Jersey shore resident starting in 1930, Julius painted scenes from Monmouth and Ocean counties. He maintained a studio in Manasquan, New Jersey, and also opened a studio at Fifth Avenue on Long Beach Island near Barnegat Light in 1942.

Submitted August 2004 by Brenda Molloy Palley who "found the information in the catalog of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Gallery show, "The Fascination of Sun and Shore: Impressionist Painters of the New Jersey Shore 1870-1940," which was held last autumn. It had been kindly sent me by Mr. Roy Pedersen who was co-curator with Kate Somers (Bristol-Myers Squibb's curator) of this show.

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