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Jules Guerin
Modern Painter, illustrator, architectural draftsman
American, (1866–1946)
Jules Guerin was born in St. Louis, Missouri on November 18, 1866. He was the pupil of Constant and Laurens in Paris. Guerin was a member of the ANA (1916), the AWCS, The New York Art Commission, and the Beaux Arts Institute of Design, as well as other organizations. He won many medals and honorable mentions for his paintings and drawings, including a gold medal at the Pan-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco in 1915. His specialty was architectural subjects and decoration. He painted decorative detail in the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. and at Penn Station in New York. He also did the decoration in the Federal Reserve Bank in San Francisco, and murals in several banks and train stations, including the Illinois Merchant's Trust Company in Chicago. He died in 1946 in New York City.

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