Henry Hudson Schoenfeldt (1913-1996)
Painter, graphic artist, sculptor, commercial artist.
Schoenfeldt was born and reared in Dallas where he graduated from high school before becoming a commercial artist employed by the Dallas Power and Light Company. He served in the 112th Calvary Regiment, a Texas National Guard unit that saw active service in New Guinea and the Philippines during Wold War II. Schoenfeldt moved from Dallas to Alpine in 1971. He died in Fort Stockton hospital and was buried in Alpine.
Annual Allied Arts Exhibition, Dallas
1941: Morning Coffee, drawing
1943: Loretta, sculpture
1944: Early Morning Chores, lithograph
1948: Front Dock, oil painting; Between Shows, lithograph; Tough Jobs, lithograph
1950: Ranch Hand, oil painting; Young Girl, mahogany sculpture
Texas General Exhibition
1944: Young Girl, mahogany sculpture
Southwestern Exhibition of Prints and Drawings
1949: Between Shows, lithograph