• Julius C. Rolshoven

    9 monthes ago - By Gurney Journey

    Julius C. Rolshoven, Model Reclining and Reading a Sketchbook Julius Rolshoven (1858-1930) was a Detroit-born artist who studied in Europe. He is best known for his paintings of women and Native Americans.
    He joined a group of high-spirited artists called the " Duveneck Boys " in Florence, enchanted by Titian, Veronese, and Tintoretto. He bought and fixed up a dilapidated Tuscan castle known as "The Tower of the Devils."
    He bounced around Europe for a while, studying in Paris, and finally landed in the Taos art colony in New Mexico.
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