Arnold Franz Brasz
Arnold Franz Brasz (July 19, 1888 – April 1, 1966) was an American painter, sculptor, and printmaker who was born in Polk County, Wisconsin on July 19, 1888. He studied at the Minneapolis School of Fine Arts and also later Robert Henri in New York. By the further on 1920s, he was dividing his epoch between southern California and Wisconsin. He is considered a devotee of the Ashcan School, and his public commissions include Fruit Pickers, a 1940 mural in the city hall of Redlands, California showing four Native American farm workers. Brasz died at his house in Glendale, California upon April 1, 1966.
The auction tape for a painting by Arnold Franz Brasz is $31,070. This cassette was set by At the immense Top, a 23 by 29.7 inch oil painting on canvas sold May 4, 2006 at Shannon's Fine Art Auctioneers (Milford, Connecticut).