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Bowl of Fruit by Perham Wilhelm Nahl (117452)

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Bowl of Fruit by Perham Wilhelm Nahl  (117452)
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Elegant pencil drawing of a bowl of fruit signed Perham W. Nahl, age 13 years / Alameda, April 2, 1882. 9.5" x 7.5", on paper. Perham was a son of Hugo Wilhelm Arthur Nahl and Annie Sweeney. Perham first married Nanette Woods, divorced her in 1902 and married musician June Conner in 1908. Perham was an artist and also an instructor at UC Berkeley. He then set off to Europe to study anatomy at the Akademie Heyman in Munich, Germany.
On his return in 1907, Nahl became one of the founding members of the School of the California Guild of Arts and Crafts in Berkeley, which became today’s California College of the Arts. Initially, Perham taught drawing, antique classes, and watercolor, and later added life classes for men and women, oil painting, and composition. He maintained an active teaching schedule until his death. He died on April 9, 1935 in San Francisco, from injuries sustained when he was hit by a car. (Wikipedia)

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Date: 1882
Country (if not USA):
State: California
City: Alameda
Provenance: Fred Holabird Collection