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Rudolph F. Ingerle (1879 – 1950)

Posted by L. A. on November 16, 2011


Song Of The Nile

title unknown

The Glory That Was Ancient Greece

Tuckasegee

Sunset Landscape

Minnehaha

Lover’s Leap, Galena, Mo., Ozark Mountains

Landscape

title unknown

Redbird

Land Of Enchantment

Silvery Dawn

The Last Rays

title unknown

Aunt Winchester At The Age of 100 Years

Enchanted Trail

October Along The Tuckasegee, Smoky Mountains

Moonlight Over The Smokies

Moonlight

One Response to “Rudolph F. Ingerle (1879 – 1950)”

  1. Bruce said

    Interesting to note that much of his original work was destroyed by a calendar company:

    “Original works by this team [this artist and L.G. Woolfenden] are exceedingly scarce. The Thomas D. Murphy Calendar Company destroyed most of the paintings they based their prints off of to prevent images being stolen and then reused by rival calendar companies.”

    So much for the business of fine art. “Song of the Nile” and the untitled painting (“Pharaoh’s Daughter”?) survive, it seems, and those are keepers for me.

    More interesting stuff at: http://grapefruitmoongallery.com/illustrationandcoverart/306.shtml

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