Henry George Keller

Masks Still Life, 1930
Graphite, Oil Pastel on a piece of an envelope. Framed.
4.90 x 6 in
Born aboard a ship off Nova Scotia of German parents on April 3, 1869. The Keller family settled in Ohio. Henry studied in Cleveland at the Institute of Art and for 43 years taught at that school. During the 1890s he worked there at the Morgan Lithograph Company, during which time he studied in New York City at the Art Students League. Keller made his first trip to California in 1915 to attend the PPIE. Following a visit to San Diego in 1925, he spent several summers there. He was elected an associate of the National Academy in 1939. In 1948 he moved to San Diego to live with his son and died there on Aug. 3, 1949. The subjects of his watercolors, oils, lithographs, and etchings include horses, figures, landscapes of Ohio, San Diego, and from his world travels.

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