ABOUT EMIL GANSO

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Emil Ganso

1895-1941

Born In Halberstadt Germany. Etcher lithographer wood engraver painter teacher. Studied at The National Academy of Design; with Ronau Woiceske at Woodstock New York; recieved Guggenheim Fellowship. In 1939 he became artist-in residence at Lawrence College, Appleton Wisconsin. Ganso, one of the Woodstock artists, handled a wide range of subject matters with a virtuosity characterized by a subtle balancing of darks and lights. SEE: "The Prints Of Emil Ganso by Donald Smith.

WORKS BY GANSO EMIL