Burton Shepard Boundey
(1879 - 1962)
Burton Shepard Boundey was active/lived in Wisconsin, California. Burton Boundey is known for landscape, marine and portrait easel painting, murals.
Burton Boundey was a prolific painter in bold modernist style and muralist active in California during the early twentieth century. He was a native of Wisconsin, born in the town of Oconomowoc in 1879. Boundey pursued his early art education in Chicago, Illinois, at the Art Institute of Chicago and Smith Academy. He then went to New York City where he was a pupil of Robert Henri and George Bellows.
In 1927 he moved to Monterey, California, and promptly opened a studio there. He taught at the nearby Carmel Art Institute and was a member of the American Artists Professional League. He painted marines and coastal scenes in and around Carmel and Monterey and was a skilled watercolorist and oil painter. His artwork was exhibited at the C ... Displaying 750 of 9647 characters.