Gilbert Munger
(American, 1837 - 1903)
Painted landscapes in the Hudson River school style of the western US from 1869 through 1876, based on three extended trips from his New York studio that used San Francisco as a base. Spent 1877 through 1893 in England and France where he adopted a Barbizon style and was extremely successful in the London market. Declined in popularity after his return to the US. His life and works are presented at gilbertmunger.org.
Name:Gilbert Munger
Dates:1837 - 1903
Nationality:American
Sex:No data
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Top owners of works by this artist
Private collection29 artworks
Tweed Museum of Art(United States - Duluth, Minnesotta)18 artworks
St. Louis County Historical Society(United States - Duluth, Minnisota)2 artworks
Duluth Public Library(United States - Duluth, Minnesotta)1 artworks
Yale University Art Gallery - New Haven, CT(United States - New Haven, Connecticut)1 artworks
Notre Dame de Namur University(United States - Belmont, California)1 artworks
Miami University Art Museum(United States - Oxford, Ohio)1 artworks
Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture - Spokane (WA)(United States - Spokane, Washington)1 artworks
Washington County Museum of Fine Arts(United States - Hagerstown, Maryland)1 artworks
Oakland Museum of California(United States - Oakland, California)1 artworks

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This person died over 70 years ago (in 1903).