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 Frank Bernard Nuderscher  (1880 - 1959)

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Lived/Active: Missouri      Known for: rural landscape, industrial, city view painting

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Frank Bernard Nuderscher
from Auction House Records.
Spirit of Saint Louis
Artwork images are copyright of the artist or assignee
This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Born in St. Louis, Missouri.  Landscape and Portrait Painter, Mural Decorator.  Director  of the Nuderscher School of Art, and The Ozark School of Art.

Awards: Five times winner of Chamber of Commerce purchase prize for best St. Louis Industrial scene.  Six times winner of landscape prizes, St. Louis Artists’ Guild; State of Missouri purchase prize for best landscape by a Missouri Artist; A. F. W. Club of Missouri prize; 1st prize Thumb Box Exhibit, St. Louis Art Museum.

Exhibited: Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; St. Louis Museum of Art; Kansas City, Colorado Springs, CO; Jefferson City, MO; Farmington, MO; One-man shows New York, NY; Memphis, TN; Springfield, MO; St. Louis Artists’ Guild; Allied Artists of America.

Represented in permanent collection in the Capitol, Governor’s Mansion, Women’s Club, Jefferson City, MO; St. Louis Art Museum; Art Museum, Little Rock, AR; Monday Club, Webster Groves, MO; Library, Farmington, MO; University City, MO High School; Clayton, MO High School; Maplewood, MO High School, Glenridge School, Clayton, MO.

Missouri State Chairman American Artists’ Professional League; Member National Society of Mural Painters; Artists’ Guild, St. Louis, MO; Member Independent Artists, St. Louis, MO; Director of Mural Decorators of C. W. A. – P. W. A. projects, Hospital Division, St. Louis, MO; Member St. Louis Municipal Art Commission, 1929-1934; Judge of Southern Artists’ Exhibit, Memphis, TN; Four times judge of Missouri State Fair Art Exhibit, Sedalia, MO.

Mural decorations in Capitol Building, Jefferson City, MO; St. Louis Zoological Buildings; Industrial Bank, St. Louis; Security National Bank, St. Louis; Mark Steinberg Board Room, St. Louis; City Hospital, St. Louis, MO; Salon Steamer St. Louis, Hamburg American Line; The Chateau at St. Albans, MO.

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Label attached to the painting entitled The Wooded Road

Information courtesy of Larry Wyatt

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A native Saint Louis artist for more than fifty years, Frank Nuderscher is known for his paintings of the Ozark landscape and for industrial city scenes of Saint Louis. He was relatively self taught and, the last survivor of the River front Art Colony, had a studio in the Granite Building at 4th and Market Streets.

In 1936, he was the supervisor of the WPA project. He was a member of the National Association of Mural Painters and of the Saint Louis Art Guild from whom he earned ten first prizes. He also served as president of the Independent Artists of Saint Louis.

Source: Ivey-Selkirk auction catalogue, 11/10/2002

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