Anthony Joseph Faas Jr
Anthony Joseph Faas, Jr. was active/lived in Pennsylvania. Anthony Faas Jr is known for impressionist coastal scene and bucolic landscape painting.
Biography Anthony Joseph Faas, Jr.
Anthony J. Faas, landscape and rural scene painter, was the son of an important maker of musical instruments by the same name. His father, 1818-1894, exhibited in the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876, and developed the first patent in 1854 for the accordion.
The artist-son also lived in Philadelphia, and his address was 1415 N. 12th St. in 1890.
He is recorded in the book Lesser Known 19th Century American Artists, Vol. III, Mid-Atlantic.
Known titles of his works are Impressionist Coastal Landscape and Horse-drawn Wagon Riding Down Towards a Farm with a Mountainous Background.