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biography of Alfred Bryan WALL (1872-1937)

Birth place: Allegheny City, PA

Death place: Pittsburgh, PA

Addresses: Pittsburgh, PA, 1879

Profession: Painter

Studied: his father, A. Wall

Exhibited: NAD, 1879; PAFA Ann., 1898; AAS, 1907 (gold); Corcoran Gal. annual, 1908; AIC.

Member: CI; Pittsburgh SA; AC Phila.

Work: Butler IA; Westmoreland County Mus., Greensburg, PA

Comments: Son of Alfred S. Wall (see entry) and nephew of William C. Wall (see entry). He accompanied his father, uncle and others on sketching trips to Scalp Level as a young boy, and his experiences led to his first exhibit at the NAD. Specialty: landscapes, pastoral scenes, most including sheep.

Sources: WW33; Chew, ed., Southwestern Pennsylvania Painters, 134, 135, 136; Gerdts, Art Across America, vol. 1: 287; Falk, Exh. Record Series.


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