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 Fred Sitzler, Jr.  (1949 - 1990)

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Lived/Active: New York/New Jersey      Known for: champion dog and horse portrait painting

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
C. Frederick Sitzler Jr. of Mountainside, formerly of Westfield, died April 17 in Ashbrook Nursing Home, Scotch Plains.

Born in Pittsburgh, Pa., he lived in Brooklyn, N.Y., Summit and Westfield before moving to Westfield 30 years ago.  Mr. Sitzler was a local artist who specialized in portraits and paintings of thoroughbred race horses and dogs.

He attended schools in Summit and graduated from Summit High School. Mr. Sitzler attended the Art Students League, the Parson School and the Grand Central School of Art, all in New York City.  He was a member of the Westfield Art Assocation.

During his professional career, Mr. Sitzler painted many of the most famous thoroughbred champions of the times including Native Dancer.  He was commissioned by the late Geraldine Rockefeller Dodge to paint her horses, Topper and Clover, as well as some of her favorite dogs.

In more recent years, he executed portraits in oils and pastels of many area residents, children and adults, including a portrait of former Westfield Mayor Robert Mulreany, which hangs in the Town Hall.

Partial obituary from the Westfield  Leader (New Jersey). April 26, 1990

Information courtesy of Susan Blevins.

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