Medium: Watercolor on board

Signature: Monogram lower right

Dimensions: 26.25in. h x 17in. w


Upon Wilcox's return from his first trip to Europe, he was offered a variety of professional opportunities, which were presented after the success of selling some of his works completed abroad. In 1913, only three years after his graduation, he began teaching at the Cleveland School of Art. His remarkable tenure lasted 44 years, earning him the title, "The Dean of Cleveland School Painters." He taught illustration, figure drawing, anatomy, and later, etching, lithography, and printmaking. Among many of his students to become wellknown artists were Charles Burchfield, Paul Travis, and Clarence Carter.

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