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Frank Ignatius Seraphic Zimbeaux
(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1860 - 1935, Salt Lake City, Utah)
Frank Ignatius Seriphic Zimbeaux, born on October 10, was of Pittsburgh, London, Paris, New York City; Carthage, Missouri, and Salt Lake City, Utah. He was the father of Francis Zimbeaux and a good friend of Henri Moser (q.v.) He was an interesting neo-romantic tonalist painter whose work resembled that of Albert Pinkham Ryder. and a remarkable independent and wholly committed "fine arts"-- oriented figure who had known Matisse and other famous artists during his residences in the French and British capitals. He arrived back in the U.S. in 1914, where he and his wife, concert pianist Clotilda Wehlish, moved to New York and then Carthage, Missouri, through the 1910s, before Zimbeaux finally decided to join Moser out West in 1924. When Moser purchased a ranch in the Malad, Idaho, area, he and Zimbeaux painted together there, although Salt Lake City was to be Zimbeaux's long-term residence.