Asa Coolidge Warren
(1819 - 1904)
Asa Coolidge Warren was active/lived in New York, Massachusetts. Asa Warren is known for topographic sea landscapes, engravings, portraits.
Biography Asa Coolidge Warren
Warren, A. Coolidge: Engraver. Born in Boston, Mass in 1918; died in New York in 1904. Mr. Warren was the son of Asa Warren, a portrait and miniature painter, and was apprenticed in 1833 to Bigelow Bros., jewelers, of Boston.
Showing a decided inclination towards engraving, he was placed with the Boston engraver George G. Smith. At the end of his apprenticeship, Warren spent another year under the tuition of Joseph Andrews, and he became a reputable line-engraver of vignettes and book illustrations.
For a number of years he was in the employ of the New England Bank Note Co. and the Boston publishers, Ticknor & Fields. As the result of too much night work he was compelled to abandon engraving for about five years, and
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