FREDERICK DIELMAN (American / 1847-1935)

The painter and printmaker Frederick Dielman was born in Hanover, Germany. His family emigrated to the USA when Dielman was a young child. After spending six years as a topographer and draughtsman for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Dielman went to Munich to study at the Academy of Fine Arts under Wilhelm von Diez. He returned to the USA in 1876, opening a studio in New York City. Frederick Dielman was a member of the Society of American Artists, the American Water Color Society, the New York Etching Club, and the Salmagundi Club. In 1899 he was elected President of the National Academy of Design. In the early 1900s Dielman became Director of the art schools at Cooper Union. Frederick Dielman died in 1935.

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Selected prints by FREDERICK DIELMAN

The Mora Players, 1883

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