Earl Stroh  (American, 1924-2005) 

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Biografie Earl Stroh
1924   Born in Buffalo, NY
1937   Attended Art Institute of Buffalo
1940s   Attended University of New Mexico
1940s   Helene Wurlitzer became his patron and he recieved a grant from the Helena V.B. Wurlitzer Foundation
1940s   Went to Paris for a year to study the techniques of etching at the Atelier Friedlander
1947   Moved permanently to Taos, New Mexico where he remained for the rest of his career
1970s   Invited to make lithographs at the Tamarind Institute in Albuquerque, NM; one of the most pretigious lithograph workshops in the country.
2004   His acclaimed Taos Makimono Suite of lithographs is the subject of an exhibition at Harwood Museum of Fine Art
2005   Died in Taos, New Mexico
c.1937   Studied with Edwin Dickinson at Art Students League New York, NY
c.1947   Studied with Andrew Dasburg and Tom Benrimo.
Ausgewählte Ausstellungen
  Harwood Museum of Art, Taos
  University of New Mexico Art Museum Albuquerque, NM
  New Mexico Museum of Fine Arts Albuquerque, NM
  Jonson Gallery, University of New Mexico Albuquerque, NM
  Roswell Museum and Art Center Roswell, NM
  Mission Gallery Taos, NM
  Oklahoma Art Center Oklahoma City, OK
  Little Studio Galleries New York City, NY
  Valley House Gallery Dallas, TX
  Fort Worth Fine Arts Museum Fort Worth, TX
  Fort Worth Fine Arts Museum Fort Worth, TX
  New Mexico Art Museum Albuquerque, NM
  Albright-Knox Gallery Buffalo, NY
  Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
  Library of Congress
Selected Public Collections
  Minneapolis Art Institute, Minneapolis, MN
  Art Institute of Chicago
  Cincinnati Art Museum
  Dallas Art Museum
  Fort Worth Fine Arts Museum, Fort Worth, TX
  University of New Mexico Art Museum, Albuquerque, NM
  Harwood Museum of Art, Taos
  Roswell Museum of Art, Roswell, NM
  Denver Museum of Art
  New Mexico Museum of Fine Arts, Albuquerque, NM
  Metropolitan Museum of Fine Art