(1821 - 1910)
Henry Ulke was active/lived in District Of Columbia. Henry Ulke is known for portrait, illustrator.
Biography Henry Ulke
Henry Ulke - About the Artist
Henry Ulke (1821 - 1910), a prominent Washington, D.C. portrait artist, executed many commissions in the 1870's and the 1880's for newly created federal portrait collections at the White House, Departments of Treasury, War, and elsewhere. In addition to painting and photographing the political notables of his day at his Pennsylvania Avenue studio, he made numerous copies of earlier portraits. He is represented in the Treasury Collection by portraits of Secretaries Crawford, Ingham, Taney, Bibb, Chase, and Carlisle. His most famous portrait is that of Ulysses S. Grant, one of the 44 official presidential portraits hanging in the White House.
Henry Ulke (1821 - 1910) was born in Frankenstein, German
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