A. Frederic Tellander
(American, 1878 - 1977)
Born in Illinois, A. Frederick Tellander studied in Paris and Rome. He worked as an illustrator and exhibited throughout the Midwestern United States, especially at the Art Institute of Chicago, where he showed 93 works between 1910 and 1941. Of these, four--Boat Pond, Luxembourg Gardens (1927), Over the Seine to La Cité (1927), After Notre Dame, Thirty Minutes for Tea (1929), and Pont Neuf (1930)—were Parisian subjects.