(1888 - 1972)
Alexander Zerdini Kruse was active/lived in New York. Alexander Kruse is known for genre, figure, portrait, graphics artist; etcher, lithographer.
Self Portrait, 1913
Biography Alexander Kruse
Alexander Z. Kruse was born in New York, where he has lived, studied, and worked all his life. His art teachers were John Sloan, Robert Henri, and George Luks. Now close to seventy, Mr. Kruse sold his first painting when he was twelve years old
Alexander Kruse was Art Critic of the "Brooklyn Eagle" for many years. For the "New York Post", he conducted the column, 'Art with A Small "A", a series of self-instruction, and for the "Art Digest", did a feature, 'Art-To-Heart Talks'.
He is the author of "How to Draw and Paint" which has sold over 150,000 copies during the past eight years, the "ABC's of Pencil Drawing" and in "Two New Yorkers", the ar
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