George Herbert Baker
J. E. Bundy
- Wayne County
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Born in Muncie, George Baker lived in Richmond most of his life. He studied with John Elwood Bundy in Richmond, at the Cincinnati Art Academy and the Boothbay Art School.
He was visiting instructor at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, in 1925. Among his many pupils in Richmond were Howard Leigh and Lawrence McConaha.
Baker and Bundy were close friends, sharing a studio at one time, and influencing each other greatly. Baker had a keen sense of color, expressed in landscapes of all seasons and moods, also in pastels and marines in his later years.
He exhibited throughout the U.S. and in Indiana. In Richmond he consistently won awards at the Palette Club and at the Annual Exhibits.
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