Category:Perham Wilhelm Nahl

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Perham Wilhelm Nahl  (1869–1935) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q2070754
Alternative names Perham Nahl; Perham W. Nahl; Nahl
Description American painter, printmaker and university teacher
Date of birth/death 11 January 1869 9 April 1935
Location of birth/death Alameda, California Berkeley
Work period Late 19th and early 20th Century
Work location
English: Northern California, studies in Europe: Paris (France), Munich (Germany), California
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Perham Wilhelm Nahl was an American etcher, painter, lithographer, illustrator. He won many awards during his lifetime and taught art technique and anatomy for decades at the Univ. of California and at the California College for Arts and Crafts (CCAC), the latter of which he co-founded. Perham Wilhelm Nahl originated from the famous Nahl family of artists.

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