Charles Frederick Ulrich (1858-1908)

by Matthew Innis |

Charles Frederick Ulrich is another of the 19th century artists about whom little is known today. He left no diaries, notes, nor sketchbooks, gave few interviews, and spent so much time traveling abroad . . .

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