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 Tom Milton Wilder  (1876 - 1956)

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Lived/Active: Michigan/Illinois/New Hampshire      Known for: painting, block prints

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Wilder, Thomas M. (1876 - 1956)

Thomas M. Wilder was born in 1876 in Cold Water, Michigan.  He came to the Ravinia (Highland Park, Illinois) area in 1906.  Mr. Wilder was to a large extent a self taught artist.  He learned to paint while studying the works of great artists during his lunch hour. He was employed as a commercial artist.  He was employed for twenty years by Motor Age an automotive publication.  He taught art classes in his home and at the YMCA.

His works have been exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago and in the Highland Park Woman's Club.  He was president of the North Shore Art League and the Lake County Art League.  He spent the summers taking long sketching trips to the mountainous regions of New Mexico, Taos and Santa Fe.  He also traveled to southern and eastern locations, including Pennsylvania, but he considered the local landscape of Highland Park as the best.  He gave four paintings to Ravinia School in memory of his first wife Edna Higman Wilder, a noted musician.  Mrs. Wilder started the first library at Ravinia School.

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