(1881 - 1961)
Ethel Herrick Warwick was active/lived in Pennsylvania, Connecticut. Ethel Warwick is known for landscape, interior, still life and portrait painting.
Biography Ethel Warwick
Ethel Warwick was born in New York and moved to Philadelphia in 1901 to study art at the Philadelphia School of Design for Women and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
Her teachers included Fred Wagner, Hugh Breckenridge, Henry Snell and Earle Horter. She was a skilled painter of landscapes, still life and portraits. In later years, she studied with Francis Speight, Nicola D'Ascenzo and George Lawrence Nelson. She was the first woman to have a solo exhibition at the Philadelphia Art Alliance.
In 1912, Ethel married Edward Warwick, an accomplished artist who became Dean of the Philadelphia College of Art. Their Philadelphia home became a favorite gathering place for friends such as Earle Horter, Robert Riggs, N.C. Wyeth
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