Artist's Biography

Neshonoc - Chief -

Oil painting on board, 1890.
Board size 12 x 18" (30.5 x 46 cm).
LOCATION: New York City

Inventory Number: 98760
Price: SOLD
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This painting is attributed to Sandor Leopold Landeau (1864-1920) who was living in Wisconsin (La Crosse) from 1879- circa 1893.

"Sandor Leopold Landeau (Hungarian-American, 1864-1924) noted painter, muralist, graphic, stained glass designer, and teacher. He is known for his works in oil of religious and genre scenes from regions in France, Italy, Palestine, Greece, and the United States. He studied with Jean-Paul Laurens (French, 1838-1921) and Benjamin Jean-Joseph Constant (French, 1845-1902), at the Académie Julian in Paris, France, and also with the well known Hungarian painter Mihály Munkácsy (Hungarian, 1844-1900) in Paris. While studying in Paris, he met fellow art student Alexis Jean Fournier (American,1865-1948), whom he joined at the Roycroft Arts & Crafts community, East Aurora, NY, in 1915. Landeau and his family lived for about twenty years in Paris, before being persuaded by Fournier to join the Roycroft community. Where he resided until his death in 1924." -
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