(1882-1922) a Texas Artist born in San Antonio, Texas was best known for
his impressionist paintings of the bluebonnets of South Texas.
Onderdonk showed immediate talent in pencil drawing at the age of 16 first studying under his father Robert Jenkins Onderdonk (1852-1917) learning the basics of art. When 19, Julian moved to New York to study at the Arts Students League under Kenyon Cox and William Merritt Chase and additionally studied under Robert Henri & Frank Vincent DuMond.
While living in New York, Julian Onderdonk traveled to Dallas, Texas to help organize The State Fair of Texas Annual Exhibitions which he continued doing so for several years. In 1909 Julian returned home to San Antonio, Texas to paint the Hill Country scenes he so loved. Without a doubt, Julian Onderdonk mastered the Texas Landscape like no other artist before and after him. His last painting "Dawn in the Hills" was exhibited at the National Academy of Design in New York.
Onderdonk Painting from
Our Family Collection 1990
30x40 Oil on Canvas SOLD
a lifetime living with fine examples by this great Texas Artist, I
became a dealer in 1988 buying, selling and specializing in Julian Onderdonk's
works along with other important Texas Artists.
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