Walter G. Ratterman, American, 1887-1944
A Romany Night, c. 1934
Oil on canvas
26 x 32 inches
Walter G. Ratterman (1887-1944) was a twentieth-century American genre painter and illustrator. In the 1920s, he had lived and painted in New York, where the majority of his artworks and illustrations were published. He subsequently moved and lived in Woodstock, New York from the 1930s. Ratterman's artwork was published in various American books and periodicals between the 1910s to the 1940s. He was a member of the Artists Guild of the Authors' League of America. More on Walter G. Ratterman
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