Born in Hanover, Pennsylvania, Heinrich
Pfeiffer, also known as Harry Pfeiffer, is best known for his
impressionist landscapes, seascapes and marine scenes. He studied with
leading artists of the day, including Hugh Breckenridge and Henry
McCarter at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and with John F.
Carlson at the Art Students League in New York.
Beginning around 1920,
Pfeiffer divided his time between the art colonies of St. Augustine,
Florida, where the artist maintained a studio in the Artist's Studio
Building on Aviles Street, and Provincetown, Massachusetts.
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