FEATURING CURRENT AMERICAN REALISM & IMPRESSIONISM

SINCE 1965

Walter Graham
Born in Chicago, Illinois at the turn of the 20th Century. Received his formal art training at the Chicago Art Institute and the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. Because of this interest in animals and nature, he sold his commercial art studio in 1950 and moved to the northwest where he skillfully dipicted his nature subjects. His paintings were published in Western Life, Western Story, Apaloosa News and other magazines. His membership and exhibitions include the Palette & Chisel Academy, Chicago, Gold Medal winner, Chicago Art Director Club, First prize, Chicago Art Institute, Swope Museum, Terre Haute, Indiana, Maryhill Museum, Washington, North Central Washington Museum, four years president, Seattle Art Directors Society, Charles Russell Museum, Great Falls, Montana, plus many others. Collections include Morrison Knudson Company, Seattle First National Banks, California Beef Commission, Montana Cattle Association, Alaska Ferry System, Lincoln Federal Savings Banks, murals for the Rocky Reach Dam, and paintings for the ocean liner Polar Star. His paintings have been shown on television and in motion pictures, including "Exploration Northwest" and "Chief Joseph's War Trail."

 

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