Graduate, Poppenhusen Institute, 1914. Graduate, New York School Fine and Applied Arts, 1923.
Painter in oils & teacher. Director Art Summer School, Detroit, 1923—1924. Artist, lecturer & art administrator, since 1923.
Lecturer, women's clubs, high schools, colleges, universities, art clubs & associations on painting, graphic arts, modern movements in arts and psychology, radio & television. With United States Navy, World War I.
Trustee Museum Albuquerque. Member of Smithsonian Institution Archives American Art, Albuquerque Museum Association (president 1967-1968, director), American Veterans Society Artists (president 1958-1960), Artists Equity Association (national treasurer 1952-1955), Art Association New Orleans, Ridgewood Art Center (past president), New Mexican Art League (director 1966), New Jersey Society Painters and Sculptors, Irvington Art and Museum Association (New Jersey) (artist member), Grand Central Galleries, Dialists (New Jersey), Artists Equity Association (chairman, national museum committee, co-chairman, national artists-museums committee 1958, national treasurer 1959), Association Artists New Jersey (director), International Association Plastic Arts (joint committee for American participation), Allied Artists America (treasurer 1952, member, jury awards oil painting 1958, director 1955, chairman, membership committee 1955), President's Club Western Michigan University, Salmagundi Club (artist member).
Married Rose R. Netzorg, June 24, 1922. 1 child Andra Gail (deceased);1 adopted child Paul F.