(1890 - 1969)
Eliot O'Hara was active/lived in District Of Columbia, Maine, Massachusetts. Eliot OHara is known for landscape, marine and genre painting, graphics.
Biography Eliot O'Hara
A native of Waltham, Massachusetts, Eliot O'Hara had an early career directed towards joining his father's business, the Waltham Dial Company. However, his artistic talents and love of travel led him to painting worldwide--Russia to India to the Pacific Ocean to the Western Hemisphere including the Southwest.
He became such a successful teacher that the publishers of "Encyclopedia Britannica" commissioned him to film twenty-four color movies of watercolor instruction. His most famous school, at Goose Rocks Beach, Maine, was destroyed by fire in 1947.
Source: Jane Curtis and Will Lieberman, "Monhegan"
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