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William J. Schaldach

Born in Elkhart, Indiana, Schaldach at an early age became interested in fishing and wild fowl, influencing him as an artist, writer, and illustrator. He studied at the Art Students League in New York with John Sloan and Harry Wickey. Schaldach produced many works on paper of wild fowl; angling in various rivers, streams, and lakes; game fish; and sporting dogs in the field. He was also an editor and illustrator for the sporting magazine, Field and Stream. Another aspect of his work was the picturesque setting of the Sonoran Desert of Arizona and Mexico. Many drawings, etchings, and paintings depict the various animal and plant life located there. In the 1950's, Schaldach made this Arizona area his permanent home. Some of his notable books are, Carl Rungius, Big Game Painter,Fish by Schaldach, and Upland Gunning. Schaldach's work has been exhibited at the National Academy of Design, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Chicago Society of Etchers, and the New York World's Fair, 1939.



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William J. Schaldach

American (1896-1982)
The Last Rush-Brook Trout
4-5/8 x 5-1/4 in.

Drypoint, 1928, edition 50. Signed in pencil. Full margins. Illustrated in Fish by Schaldach, 1937, no.22.


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The Last Rush-Brook Trout



William J. Schaldach

American (1896-1982)
Leaping Tarpon
8-3/4 x 6-7/8 in.

Etching, 1930, edition 50. Signed in pencil, lower right and initialed on the plate 'WJS,' lower left. In very good condition, printed on wove paper with ample margins. Illustrated in Fish by Schaldach, no.59, J.B. Lippincott Co. Philadelphia, 1937.


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Leaping Tarpon



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