American (1866 – 1934)
February Day – Oak Park, 1913
Oil on canvas board, in the original frame
carved by the artist.
Signed lower left and titled verso.
25″ x 27″; 31″ x 32 3/4″ with frame.
Alfred Juergens, one of Chicago’s most accomplished painters working at the turn of the century, studied at the Chicago Academy of Design and abroad at the Munich Royal Academy. He was renowned for his oil paintings of landscapes and genre scenes, and also for his murals.
Leo Clowes, Chicago
Burch White, California (by descent)
Exhibited at the All Illinois Society of the Fine Arts,
May – August 1938, no. 29.
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