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Oscar Florianus Bluemner

1867-1938

Born in Preuzlau, Germany where he studied to be an architect before immigrating to the United States

 

Oscar Florianus Bluemner (June 21, 1867 – January 12, 1938) was a German-born American Modernist painter.

He was born in Prenzlau, Germany. He moved to Chicago in 1893 where he freelanced as a draftsman at the World's Columbian Exposition. After the exposition, he attempted to find work in both Chicago and New York City, but could not find steady employment. In 1903, he created the winning design for the Bronx Borough Courthouse in New York.

Bluemner relocated to New York in 1901. In 1908 he met Alfred Stieglitz, who introduced him to the artistic innovations of the European and American avant-garde. By 1910 Bluemner had decided to pursue painting full-time rather than architecture. He exhibited in the 1913 Armory Show. Then in 1915 Stieglitz gave him a solo exhibition at his gallery, 291. Despite participating in several exhibitions, including solo shows, for the next ten years Bluemner failed to sell many paintings and lived with his family in near-poverty.

After his wife’s death in 1926, Bluemner moved to South Braintree, Massachusetts. He committed suicide on January 12, 1938.


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