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Richard G. Sigafoos
Richard G. Sigafoos (American, 1908-1985) noted impressionist artist, muralist, illustrator and teacher primarily known for his landscapes and marine paintings. His paintings have been exhibited widely and he has received many awards including the gold, silver and bronze medals at Buffalo Society of Artists' exhibitions. He also served as Production Illustrator at the Bell Aircraft Corporation during WWII, Buffalo, NY, and also as illustrator for the New York State Education Department. He illustrated the book Telling Trees, by Julius King (1953). Sigafoos along with fellow artist and art partner George A. Albach (American, 1907-1949) created murals for the Chicago Tribune Tower, one of a religious nature at the Kensington Methodist Church, Buffalo, NY, and also a mural for the modernized office of the Alling and Cory Paper Co., Buffalo, NY representing the manufacturing and distribution of paper in a modern manner, as well as many other public buildings and churches. His works are also in many private collections in the united States and Canada. He was a resident of Chautauqua County and maintained a home and studio on Chautauqua Lake.

Education: Studied art at Rochester Mechanics Institute, Rochester, NY, and the Albright Art School, Buffalo, NY, which he later taught at.

After Leaving his post as instructor at the Albright Art School, Richard became interested in teaching private groups in drawing and painting. His keen understanding of student problems and his strict adherence to fundamentals have contributed largely to the success of this understanding. many of his former students went on to become professional artists of local and national reputation.

Memberships: Buffalo Society of Artists (BSA), served as President from 1947-48, Buffalo, NY.

Publications: Telling Trees, by Julius King (1953); The Artists Bluebook: 34,000 North American Artists to March 2005, by Inc.- by Lonnie Pierson Pierson (Editor), 2005; Davenport's Art Reference: The Gold Edition, by Ray Davenport, 2005.

(Rewritten in parts & compiled by Mark Strong of Meibohm Fine Arts, Inc., East Aurora, NY, sources: Our internal records; info with permission, and prior artist info submission, by Carole LaBarbera whose parents visited the artist at his home on Chautauqua Lake; online digitized newspaper article, The Bradford Era (Bradford, PA), “Unknown Article Title”, Pg. 4, Friday, March 13, 1953;, online digitized newspaper article, Jamestown Post Journal (Jamestown, NY), “Buffalo Artist Paints Scenic Stedman Region”, Pg. 12, Saturday Evening, July 23, 1949 PDF Jamestown NY Post Journal 1949 - 4475.pdf & Jamestown NY Post Journal 1949 - 4495.pdf;, online digitized newspaper article, Fredonia Censor (Fredonia, NY), “County Artist’s Painting Picked For Sesqui Book: Cover For Sesqui-Centennial Souvenir Book”, Pg. 7, Thursday, July 24, 1952, PDF Fredonia NY Censor 1952 Grayscale - 0412.pdf;, online digitized newspaper article, obituaries, Buffalo Evening News, “Deaths: Albach–George A. Albach” and “George A. Albach, Local Artist, Succumbs at 42”, Pg. 35, Thursday, July 7, 1949, PDF Buffalo NY Evening News 1949 - 7094.pdf.)