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Fernand Lungren (1859-1932) Southwest Artist, Illustrator

Fernand Lungren was born in Maryland and raised in Toledo, Ohio. Having shown early promise in painting, Lungren studied briefly in Cincinnati before moving on to the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art. After a brief stint as an illustrator in New York, Lungren continued his studies in Paris at the Academie Julien. Eventually moving back to Cincinnati, Lungren followed the lead of fellow locals J.H. Sharp and Henry Farny by painting western themed scenes. In 1892, fortune smiled on Lungren when he was hired by the Santa Fe Railway to sketch along its route. This trip triggered a love for southwest subject matter that would remain with him for the rest of his life. From 1892-1932, Lungrenís works were almost exclusively devoted to Native American life and folklore.

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