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 Stephen Sherrow  (1913 - 2005)

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Lived/Active: Indiana/Missouri      Known for: historical murals, painter

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Stephen Sherrow, 1913-2005, a landscape painter, muralist and art teacher, was born in Missouri but lived most of his life in Richmond, Indiana where he owned the Sherrow Art Studio from where he taught art.

He studied art with Roland Osborne.

He belonged to the Indiana Art Club, the Whitewater Artists Club and the Hoosier Salon Gallery in Indianapolis.  He exhibited with the Hoosier Salon, the Herron Art Institute and the Indiana Art Club.

For twenty-five years, Stephen Sherrow was a developer of historic Metamora, Indiana, a reconstruction of an historical canal town, founded by William Holland in 1838.


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Submission of information from Marge Piper from the obituary of the artist.
Judith Vale Newton and Carol Weiss, A Grand Tradition: The Art and Artists of the Hoosier Salon, 1925-1990.
http://www.emetamora.com/about/

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