|Gustave Adolph Wiegand|
Gustave Wiegand was born in Bremen, Germany on October 2, 1870. Wiegand studied at the Royal Academy in Berlin and The Royal Academy of Dresden and also worked under Eugen Bract and William Merritt Chase in New York. Weigand died on November 3, 1957, in Old Chatham, New York.
Member: National Arts Club; All Artists of America; New York Society of Painters; Salmagundi Club.
Awards: National Academy of Design from 1894-1900 (prize 1905), the St. Louis Exposition of 1904 (medal), the Allied Artists of America in 1937 (prize), and the World's Fair in St. Louis (medal).
Exhibited: Art Institute of Chicago; Corcoran Gallery in Washington, D.C. annual for 1907-1908; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art Annual Exhibit 1900-1910, 1916; Society of Independent Artists in 1917; Salons of America.
Works Held: Brooklyn Museum; National Arts Club in New York City; Newark Museum.