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Frank Van Sloun

American, (1879–1938)
Frank Van Sloun was an American painter, muralist and etcher. He painted murals in California. He studied at the Art Students League of New York and the Chase School of Art, later known as the Parsons School of Design. Van Sloun became an artist in New York City, and he moved to San Francisco in 1911. He taught at the California School of Fine Arts, and with painter Maynard Dixon, he did the murals of the dining-room in the Mark Hopkins Hotel, in San Francisco.

Artist Objects

A Big Girl 1980.11.34

A Big Yawn 1980.11.43

Andalusians 1980.11.42

Courtesan 1980.11.40

Courtesan 2016.28.10

Family 2007.33

Girl on Sofa 1980.11.36

Mother Love 1980.11.20

Old Couple 1980.11.50

Old Shacks 1980.11.7

Suzanna 1980.11.27

The Critic 1980.11.18

The Dump 1980.11.10

The Proposal 1980.11.41

Three Heads 1980.11.23

Two Figures 1980.11.21

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