Fred Binder Samuelson

Warm Tone Gouache Painting of Two Women





Colorful warm-toned gouache painting of two women. The work is framed in a gold frame with a white matte.

Artist Biography

Born in Harvey, Illinois, Fred Samuelson became a painter and art instructor, devoting much of his life, beginning 1955, to the teaching of drawing and painting at the Institute Allende in San Miquel Allende, Mexico. For the Art Department, he also served as Chair and Director of Graduate Studies. He earned his BFA (1951) and MFA (1953) from the Art Institute of Chicago. Richard Plumly, of Fine Arts of Texas gallery in San Antonio, wrote in November 2012 that "Fred Binder Samuelson was also a Texas artist. He lived in Texas and exhibited at the Dallas Museum of Art in the early 60's. Also he was a friend of our family and visited us often in the 60's, 70's & 80's. My mother bought many paintings from him and also taught art in the Summer at the Hill Country Arts Foundation at Ingram, Texas. According to Frank Gerrietts July, 2003, after Samuelson's retirement from the Institute Allende, he moved to Florida.


H 23.5 in. x W 19.25 in. x D 1.5 in.
Warm Tone Gouache Painting of Two Women