Born in Buffalo, New York, Schuyler was a distant relative of Frederic Remington. He studied art at Washington University in St. Louis, the American Academy in Rome, the Academie Julian in Paris, the Art Students League in New York, and with Howard Pyle at Wilmington, Delaware. Pyle helped him secure illustration work for magazines such as The Saturday Evening Post by 1906. During World War I, Schuyler designed camouflage for ships. Moving to Connecticut in the late 1920s and afterwards illustrated for “pulp” and “slick” magazines such as Wild West, Frontier Stories, St. Nicholas, and The Century. During the Depression, Schuyler painted murals under the New Deal. In 1948 he began teaching art at Missouri Valley College in Marshall, Missouri.
This is part of the Bugbee-Reaugh Acquisition Fund. Currently on exhibit as part of the Madonnas of the Prairie Exhibition (2014-2016)