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AW093 - Wallace De Wolf - Oil on Canvas


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Artist: Wallace De Wolf

Age: 1900 - 1950

Medium: Oil on Canvas

Unframed Dimensions: 30” x 40”

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Title:  Old Vermont

FRAME: Original 3” Arts & Crafts carved gilt wood frame

COMMENTS: Wallace De Wolf (American 1854 – 1930). Well listed artist. Numerous auction records.  This painting was exhibited at the Pasadena Art Institute (according to an old label affixed to the stretcher bar).  

      Wallace De Wolf was Born in Chicago, Illinois in 1854 and was a self-taught artist. He was a successful lawyer and real estate broker in Chicago.  He traveled to the West Coast, the Southwest and also to British Columbia where he painted many landscape paintings. De wolf was a member of the the Print Committee at the Art Institute of Chicago where he help the institution procure a collection of prints by the artist Anders Zorn.  When he retired around 1917 he moved  to Pasadena where he painted  and exhibited.  De wolf  committed suicide due to health problems in Pasadena on Christmas day 1930.  In his will, he left the Art Institute of California fifty-thousand dollars and a collection of line engravings.