F Haakon Frolich

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 Born in 1868 in Oslo, Norway, Finn Haakon Frolich immigrated to the United States in 1890, and settled in New York City, New York where he worked as a model for Daniel Chester French.

He studied at the Art Students League in New York and the Ecole Nationale and the Ecole Beaux Arts in Paris, France. He taught at USC Berkeley and became the director of the Oakland Art Gallery after World War I.

He was known for his printmaking, graphic design and sculpture. He died in 1947.

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Title

Jack London Plaque

Artist

Finn Haakon Frolich, Norwegian ~ 1868 - 1947

Circa

1914

Signed

Lower Right, with Glen Ellen, California

Provenance

From a Palm Spring's gentleman's estate

Medium

Plaster Plaque

Price

$450.00

Size

17" by 12"

Style

Plaster Series Profile Portraiture

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