Fletcher/Copenhaver Fine Art
Carle Michel Boog (1877-1968)

Boog, a painter and illustrator, was born in Lucerne, Switzerland and came as a child to America. He studied at the Art Students' League in New York, and later in Paris at the Ecole de des Beaux Arts with Louis Bonnat. He exhibited at the Paris Salon of 1904.

Boog, who lived most of his life on Parkville Avenue in Brooklyn, was a member of the Salmagundi Club and exhibited at the National Academy Design, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, American Watercolor Society, Allied American Artists, and the Brooklyn Museum.

His work is found in the permanent collections of the Museum of the City of New York, the Museum of the University of Nebraska, and the Historical Museum of Bennington, Vermont.

Boog illustrated a number of books, including an edition of James Fenimoore Cooper's Leather Stocking Tales and How It Came About Stories by Frank B. Linderman.

Bénézit, Dictionnaire Critique et Documentaire des Peintres, Sculpteurs, Dessinateurs et Graveurs, Gründ, Paris, 1999. Peter Hastings Falk, Who Was Who in American Art, Sound View Press, Madison, CT, 1999.

Carle Michel Boog 1877-1968
Studies of People Wearing Hats & Caps

Black crayon
Initialed in pencil, lower right: “C.M.B.”
Sheet size: 11¼ X 10¼ inches
Frame size: 15? X 15? inches
Framed using all acid-free materials and Museum Glass™
FC15029   $150
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