(1876 - 1925)
Ernest Haskell was active/lived in New York, Maine, Connecticut. Ernest Haskell is known for illustration-posters, portrait, landscape.
Biography Ernest Haskell
An illustrator, painter and etcher, Ernest Haskell was a well-known figure in New York and Paris during the early part of the 20th century. In 1976, a memorial centennial exhibition of his birth was held at the New York Public Library. Haskell was especially noted for his etchings, a skill he learned as a student of James McNeill Whistler. He also designed promotional posters in watercolor.
Haskell was born in Woodstock, Connecticut, and by age 19 was established in New York City where he turned out magazine covers and posters for Scribner's, The New York Sunday Journal and Truth magazine. By age 21, he was living in Paris, a city where he spent much of his time in the future as well.
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