Born in 1889, Eduard Buk Ulreich was a
multi-talented painter, muralist, sculptor, and illustrator
that was born in Austria/Hungary.
He studied at the Kansas City Art
Institute, and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. During
the Great Depression he worked as a WPA artist designing
murals for public buildings. In 1932, he executed a mural in
the Men's Lounge of the Radio City Music Hall.
In 1962 he moved to San Francisco,
California, and his works were exhibited at the Art
Institute of Chicago, the Corcoran Gallery, the Whitney
Museum of American Art, and Gump's Gallery in San Francisco.
He died in 1966.