(1863 - 1939)
Albert Rosenthal was active/lived in Pennsylvania, New York. Albert Rosenthal is known for portrait, figure and landscape painting, etching, lithography.
Biography Albert Rosenthal
Albert Rosenthal was born in Philadelphia in 1863 and was known as a
painter, etcher and lithographer. He studied at the
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art under his father Max Rosenthal; the
Académie Julian, Paris in 1980; l'École des Beaux-Arts under Jean Leon
Gérôme, and also in Munich.
Rosenthal was a member of the Washington Art Club, Salmagundi Club,
Charcoal Club in Baltimore, the Locust Club in Philadelphia and the
American Federation of Art.
He received a bronze medal at the St. Louis Exposition in 1904 and a
bronze medal at the Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco,
1915. Rosenthal also exhibited at the Salon of Independent
Artists in 1917 and the Salons of America.
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