(1871 - 1954)
Elizabeth Shippen Green was active/lived in Pennsylvania. Elizabeth Green is known for illustration, childhood genre painting.
Biography Elizabeth Green
Elizabeth Shippen Green, born in Philadelphia in 1871, is noted for her many illustrations, which may be found in the pages of numerous books and magazines. Her gracious lines, solid compositions, and grasp of color are a testament to her mentor, Howard Pyle.
Green was the daughter of Jasper Green, engraver, illustrator, and Civil War corespondent who encouraged her early interest in art, expressed by drawing flowers as a child. After seeing Howard Pyles drawings in St. Nicholas, she was inspired to be an illustrator. At 18 years old, she enrolled at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts where she studied under Thomas Eakins, Robert Vonnoh, and Thomas Anshutz.
Green began illustrating womens fashions for store catalogs, news
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