Irving Couse was best known for his Native American Indian Art Prints and Pictures. He later lived for 10 years in France, where he painted landscapes in Normandy. But he returned to the United States, where he supported and painted the Tao Indians and their struggles for freedom. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago, the National Academy of Design in New York, and then went to Paris to l’École des Beaux-Arts.
|1928 Summer||Amsterdam||Art Competitions||Mixed Painting, Paintings||United States||USA||AC|
|1932 Summer||Los Angeles||Art Competitions||Mixed Painting, Unknown Event||United States||USA||AC|
|1928 Summer||Amsterdam||Art Competitions||United States||Final Standings||AC||Deux Chasseurs|
|1932 Summer||Los Angeles||Art Competitions||United States||Final Standings||AC||Indian Hunter|