The son of the famed landscape painter, Fredric Edwin Church, Louis P. Church gave more than 2,000 of his father’s graphite drawings and oil sketches to the Cooper Union Museum in 1917. The donation was facilitated by Charles W. Gould, a Cooper Union Council member, and Eliot Clark, an artist who often acted as an advisor to the Hewitt sisters on American drawings. The gift remains the world’s largest collection of Church’s works on paper.

We have 2,030 objects that Louis P. Church has been involved with.

We know 1 people that Louis P. Church is related to.

Frederic Edwin Church
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    • This person is involved with 2029 objects in our collection.

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