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 Bryan Tarlton  (1899 - 1962)

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Lived/Active: Indiana      Known for: landscape-forest interior, illustrator

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following is from Mary Lee Pappas who writes: "I've been trying for years to learn something about this artist. I write visual art critiques for a local paper and have often wondered about Tarlton", whose work appears often in local antique shops and sometimes goes up for auction. Here's what I learned from his obituary (the only scrap of anything the Indianapolis Museum of Art had on him) published in the "Indianapolis Star" on Sept. 15, 1962:

He lived at 41 W. 35th Street, Indianapolis, IN
Flanner and Buchanan held his funeral services
Buried at Greenlawn Cemetery in Franklin, IN
Born in 1899 in Franklin, IN
Lived in Indianapolis for 46 years
Charles Tarlton of Cincinnati was his son

He painted two large panels of his typical beech tree scenes that hang in the Red Key, a Meridian-Kessler neighborhood bar.

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Note from Marsha Tarlton, step daughter of the artist:
I don't ever remember my mother stating Bryan painted in the basement. He did have a room he painted in but not a basement. He also painted signs during the Depression, and that is what kept them alive during that time period.

Also after the War (WWII) he had a nice studio in downtown Indianapolis where he painted portraits for people. I believe Mr. Bryan Tarlton was married at least 3 times and had at least 4 children, two twin daughters before my brother, then my brother and sister(half).

He also loved to collect carnival glass. When he died my brother had quite a
collection and saved a few pieces we still have. What a tragic end to his
life. You can find a lot of his work in a funeral home on West Washington Street.

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