Artists in Passing: Max Eglau (1825 – 1896)

by Matthew Innis |

As mentioned in a previous post which dealt with the untimely demise of the painter N.C. Wyeth, artists – despite enjoying an average lifespan greater than most other professions – are still subject to all the caprices of life and death as their fellow man.  But when one considers how little time artists spend away…

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