George F. Schultz (1869 - 1934)
Summer Afternoon, c. 1905
Oil on canvas
32 x 24 inches
Signed at lower left: Geo. F. Schultz
Original Arts & Crafts frame
R. H. Love Galleries, Chicago, Illinois
Dr. and Mrs. John Hainsworth, M.D., Nashville, Tennessee
[Private Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio, as agent]
Private Collection, Saint Louis, Missouri
BROCK & CO., Concord, Massachusetts, 2010
Cedarhurst Center for the Arts, Mt. Vernon, Illinois, Oct. 31, 2008 - Dec. 31, 2008
St. Louis Mercantile Library, St. Louis, Missouri, January 24, 2009 - March 8, 2009
Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis, Tennessee, April 5, 2009 - June 21, 2009
Zanesville Art Center, Zanesville, Ohio, August 1, 2009 - October 13, 2009
Mennello Museum of American Art, Orlando, Florida, Nov. 14, 2009 - Feb. 7, 2010
Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, Georgia, March 6, 2010 - May 30, 2010
Springfield Museum of Art, Springfield, Ohio, June 27, 2010 - September 19, 2010
Richard H. Love and Michael Preston Worley, Ph.D., Reflections of Reality: American Paintings from The Collection of John and Susan Hainsworth, Chicago: Haase-Mumm Publishing Co., 2005, pp. 114-115, illustrated in color.
Julie Novarese Pierotti with an Essay by Kevin Sharp, Regional Dialect: American Scene Paintings from the John and Susan Horseman Collection, page 26, illustrated in color.
George F. Schultz, known as a landscape and marine painter, was born in Chicago in 1869, and studied at the Art Institute of Chicago. He worked for the FAP Easel Division.
He exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago, 1889-1925; the Pan-Pacific Exposition; and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Annuals of 1894 and 1916. He was awarded the Tuthill Prize at the American Watercolor Exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1918.
Schultzís work can be found in the following collections: Arche Club; City of Chicago; Cliff Dwellers Club; Union League Club; University of Illinois Medical Center, Mt. St. Claire College, Clinton, Iowa; Muscatine (Iowa) Artists Association; and the Muskogee (Oklahoma) Public Library.