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Vintage Oil Painting "Along the River" Foster Jewell Michigan/California/New Mexico artist. Student of Mathias Alten.

Vintage Oil Painting "Along the River" Foster Jewell Michigan/California/New Mexico artist. Student of Mathias Alten.

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  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Material: Oil painting on masonite
  • Favorited by: 6 people
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Jewell, Foster Raymond (1893-1984)

Painting is an oil on Masonite: size is 30" x 36, plus frame." Signed in lower right. Artwork has been conserved so it is very good condition. Wonderful colors. Newly framed. Student of Mathias Alten.

Biography.

Parents: Frank & Jennie (Osterhoff) Jewell
1900 Census Grand Rapids. Age 6 Born Michigan July, 1893
1917 WWI Registration Farmer for Jos Brewer, Belmont, MI Enlisted Navy
1921 Passport app. France and Spain, etc. Nice note on his expected travels
1921 Travel Samoa
1922 Travel Southampton
Nov 8, 1922. Married. Kent County Velma M. Holben
22 March, 1925 Phoenix, Arizona. “Display Paintings." For two weeks, an exhibit of the paintings of Foster Jewell of Michigan will be on display at the White Elephant in Scotsdale. Mr. Jewell, who has gained prominence in his work with the brush, arrived in Scottsdale from his Michigan home a few days ago, the trip being made in his automobile studio. All of Mr. Jewell’s paintings depict Arizona and Michigan scenes.

3 Jan, 1929. Michigan Artists annual exhibit at DIA. Honorable mention for painting : The Pessimist.
3 April, 1932. Exhibit at Montross Galleries, Brooklyn. Paintings by American artists: Frescoes by Varnum Poore. Other artists noted; Foster Jewell, Frank London, Davenport Griffin.
11 may, 1929. Work of 100 Artists Grand Central Palace, New York city. Jewell included.
9 Sept , 1934 Los Angeles Times. Exhibit from San Diego Artists at Foundation of Western Art. “Sahuaro” by Foster Jewell looks at this king of cacti from below with handsome results. Jewell specializes in paintings of cacti. He is brother of Edward Alden Jewell, art critic of the New York Times.”
1940 Census New Orleans. Commercial Artist, at home
1940 City Directory New Orleans, LA Painter (wife Rhoda)
1942 WWII Registration. New Orleans. LA. No Occupation. Enlisted in Navy.
1 Sept, 1944 Santa Fe Museum New exhibitor, paintings.
1944, 14 Sept., Santa Fe. “Foster R. Jewell, Santa Fe artist, has filed suit for divorce from Rhoda Delong Jewell, alleging incompatibility. Plaintiff seeks the custody of a child. They were married April 5, 1937 in San Diego, Calif.”
April 25, 1945 Santa Fe. "Mr. Jewell has lived most of his life in the East and attended the Chicago Art Institute. He came to Santa Fe last fall when he was discharged from the Navy after having seen service in Africa. He was a boatswain's mate in the last war also, and enlisted in this one as soon as war was declared."
16 April, 1946. Foster Jewell Marries. Foster Jewell, well known Santa Fe artist, and Margaret Holt, Baltimore, Maryland, were married by a justice of the peace yesterday, it was learned today.
Oakland Art Gallery. 3 April, 1949. “Blades of Grass" Sculpture by Foster Jewell of Walnut Creek won the silver medal and cash award.
Art Gallery of the Museum of New Mexico in Santa Fe. 3 Jul 1960. Foster Jewell, El Rito, New Mexico.
1962 Exhibit of carving/sculpture Fine Arts Museum of the Museum of New Mexico. Exhibit was a smash hit. Sculptor Foster Jewell of El Rito.
1979 Los Angeles Contemporary “Five artists; a celebration of life. 16 Dec, 1979. He one of the artists.
Social Security Death Index - Last residence: Downers Grove, Illinois, August, 1984.
Jewell, Foster Raymond (1893-1984)

Painting is an oil on Masonite: size is 30" x 36, plus frame." Signed in lower right. Artwork has been conserved so it is very good condition. Wonderful colors. Newly framed. Student of Mathias Alten.

Biography.

Parents: Frank & Jennie (Osterhoff) Jewell
1900 Census Grand Rapids. Age 6 Born Michigan July, 1893
1917 WWI Registration Farmer for Jos Brewer, Belmont, MI Enlisted Navy
1921 Passport app. France and Spain, etc. Nice note on his expected travels
1921 Travel Samoa
1922 Travel Southampton
Nov 8, 1922. Married. Kent County Velma M. Holben
22 March, 1925 Phoenix, Arizona. “Display Paintings." For two weeks, an exhibit of the paintings of Foster Jewell of Michigan will be on display at the White Elephant in Scotsdale. Mr. Jewell, who has gained prominence in his work with the brush, arrived in Scottsdale from his Michigan home a few days ago, the trip being made in his automobile studio. All of Mr. Jewell’s paintings depict Arizona and Michigan scenes.

3 Jan, 1929. Michigan Artists annual exhibit at DIA. Honorable mention for painting : The Pessimist.
3 April, 1932. Exhibit at Montross Galleries, Brooklyn. Paintings by American artists: Frescoes by Varnum Poore. Other artists noted; Foster Jewell, Frank London, Davenport Griffin.
11 may, 1929. Work of 100 Artists Grand Central Palace, New York city. Jewell included.
9 Sept , 1934 Los Angeles Times. Exhibit from San Diego Artists at Foundation of Western Art. “Sahuaro” by Foster Jewell looks at this king of cacti from below with handsome results. Jewell specializes in paintings of cacti. He is brother of Edward Alden Jewell, art critic of the New York Times.”
1940 Census New Orleans. Commercial Artist, at home
1940 City Directory New Orleans, LA Painter (wife Rhoda)
1942 WWII Registration. New Orleans. LA. No Occupation. Enlisted in Navy.
1 Sept, 1944 Santa Fe Museum New exhibitor, paintings.
1944, 14 Sept., Santa Fe. “Foster R. Jewell, Santa Fe artist, has filed suit for divorce from Rhoda Delong Jewell, alleging incompatibility. Plaintiff seeks the custody of a child. They were married April 5, 1937 in San Diego, Calif.”
April 25, 1945 Santa Fe. "Mr. Jewell has lived most of his life in the East and attended the Chicago Art Institute. He came to Santa Fe last fall when he was discharged from the Navy after having seen service in Africa. He was a boatswain's mate in the last war also, and enlisted in this one as soon as war was declared."
16 April, 1946. Foster Jewell Marries. Foster Jewell, well known Santa Fe artist, and Margaret Holt, Baltimore, Maryland, were married by a justice of the peace yesterday, it was learned today.
Oakland Art Gallery. 3 April, 1949. “Blades of Grass" Sculpture by Foster Jewell of Walnut Creek won the silver medal and cash award.
Art Gallery of the Museum of New Mexico in Santa Fe. 3 Jul 1960. Foster Jewell, El Rito, New Mexico.
1962 Exhibit of carving/sculpture Fine Arts Museum of the Museum of New Mexico. Exhibit was a smash hit. Sculptor Foster Jewell of El Rito.
1979 Los Angeles Contemporary “Five artists; a celebration of life. 16 Dec, 1979. He one of the artists.
Social Security Death Index - Last residence: Downers Grove, Illinois, August, 1984.

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