Walter Hixon Isnogle

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Walter Isnogle
Born
Walter Hixon Isnogle

Indiana
NationalityAmerican
Known forPainting

Walter Hixon Isnogle was an American impressionist artist from Indiana.[1][2] Isnogle was known for his participation in the Indianapolis City Hospital Project.

Walter Hixon Isnogle was born in Ohio in 1887 and lived most of his life in Indianapolis. He married Ruth Collier (b. 1891).

Career[edit]

Walter Hixon Isnogle was a student of the John Herron Institute in Indianapolis, IN. “Though little information is published about Isnogle, his participation in the City Hospital project is well-documented.”[1] Isnogle was one of several artists to participate in the project, and was also one of many Hoosier Group artists to have participated in the project led by William Forsyth.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Nagler, Cinnamon Catlin-Legutko ; with essays by Katherine C.; Hale, Hester Anne (2004). The art of healing : the Wishard art collection. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Historical Society Press in cooperation with the Wishard Memorial Foundation. ISBN 0871951711.
  2. ^ a b Burnett, Mary (1921). Art and Artists of Indiana. New York: Century.