St. Mary's Church, Birmingham, Alabama, Louis Conrad Rosenberg, drypoint

St. Mary’s Church, Birmingham, Alabama

Louis Conrad Rosenberg

1932

Born in Portland, Oregon, Louis Conrad Rosenberg was an architect by trade, but also worked as an artist, specializing in highly detailed drypoints (a printmaking technique in which the design is incised into a copper plate with diamond-tipped needle) of buildings and landmarks in the United States and Europe. In 1932, he executed prints of St. Mary’s and Independent Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, as well as one depicting the President’s House at the University of Alabama.

  • Titles St. Mary's Church, Birmingham, Alabama (Descriptive)
  • Artist Louis Conrad Rosenberg, American, 1890 - 1983
  • Medium drypoint
  • Credit Line Collection of the Art Fund, Inc. at the Birmingham Museum of Art; Gift of Patrick Cather, Shoal Creek, Alabama, in memory of his paternal grandmother Pearl Johnson Cather and in memory of her great friend, David Cady Wright, longtime Rector at St. Mary's on the Highlands, AFI.131.2016
  • Object Name print
  • Classification Prints