1887 - 1922
Edward Middleton Manigault was born in London, Ontario, Canada on June 14, 1887. He was a pupil of Kenneth Hayes Miller in New York City. After serving in World War One as an ambulance driver for the Canadian Expeditionary Forces, he lived in Los Angeles before moving to San Francisco. As the Hindu mystics advocated, he fasted for months in an attempt to achieve a spiritual vision for his paintings. He died in San Francisco of starvation on September 4, 1922. Exhibited: Armory Show (New York City), 1913.
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