Edward Muegge "Buck" Schiwetz (American, 1898-1984) His biography is at the end of the listing below. This is a wonderful original artwork from an artist whose other original works have been sold for many thousands of dollars. His high reported public sale was
$57,500.00 in 2017.

Country of Origin: U. S. A.

Artist: Edward Muegge "Buck" Schiwetz (American, 1898-1984).

Title: "DeWitt County Fragment"

Media: Pencil and colored pencil on paper

Size: Sight 8 by 10 1/2 inches (20.3 by 26.7 cm); Framed 13 3/4 inches by 16 1/4 inches by 1 inch.

Signed and dated lower right: E M Schiwetz 36

Condition: Some light handling creases and light overall paper discoloration. Framed under glass. Not examined outside of frame.

Provenance: Heritage Gallery.


Edward Muegge Schiwetz was a painter whose work encompassed the state of Texas, from the country to the city. In addition, "Buck" Schiwetz was a magazine illustrator, graphic artist, writer, preservationist, and architect.

Edward Schiwetz was born and raised in Cuero, Texas. His mother taught and encouraged him to draw and paint. He graduated from Cuero High School (1916) and received a B. A. in architecture from Texas A & M college, College Station, Texas (1921).

In 1928, "Buck" Schiwetz moved to New York City where he studied lithography and etching at the Art Students League. During this time he successfully marketed his work to publications including Scribner's, House Beautiful and the Architectural Record.

Schiwetz returned to Texas in 1929 and became an art director and partner in the successful Houston advertising agency of Franke, Wilkinson, and Schiwetz. After retiring from the advertising agency in 1966, he devoted himself almost entirely to painting and drawing. In 1974, he moved to College Station where he worked on campus scenes at his alma mater.

The Houston Art League honored Schiwetz in a festive tribute the year before his death and named him Texas Artist of the Year.

He died in Cuero, Texas in 1984.

Schiwetz was a member of the Associated Artists of Houston; California Water Color Society; Contemporary Arts Association; Southern States Art League; Texas Society of Architects; Texas Fine Arts Association and the Texas Watercolor Society.

Exhibitions included American Watercolor Society, Philadelphia Watercolor Society; Art Institute of Chicago; Southern States Art League Annual Exhibition; Texas Painting and Sculpture Annual Exhibition; Western Watercolor Exhibition, San Francisco and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia.

John and Deborah Powers, Texas Painters, Sculptors, and Graphic Artists, and AskArt Archives.

****Please note that the physical colors of this item may vary from the pictures in the listing, given the quality of the camera, the lighting and the background used.

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Edward Muegge "Buck" Schiwetz "DeWitt County Fragment"- A205
American Folk Art and Outsider Art, American Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture
Americana, Western
16" (41 cm)
14" (36 cm)
United States • American
Early 20th Century

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