A collection of correspondence related
to the life of American artist Theodore Van Soelen.
Theodore Van Soelen (1890-1964) was born in Minnesota and studied art at St. Paul Institute
from 1908 to 1911. Van Soelen began his career as an artist in 1916 and was the recipient of
numerous prizes. He went to New Mexico for his health, settled near Santa Fe, and
specialized in the portrayal of Western life. His paintings and lithographic prints are in
many important collections, including the Library of Congress.
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