(1876 - 1962)
Henry Boller, Jr Pancoast was active/lived in Pennsylvania. Henry Pancoast is known for landscape, coastal, beach, cityscape.
Biography Henry Pancoast
Henry Boller Pancoast, Jr. (Henry Pancoast) was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1876. He was a painter of the impressionist style whose work is often mistakenly ascribed to another noted American artist, Morris Hall Pancoast.
Although little is known about Henry Pancoast, he appears to have lived in Philadelphia and Cornwells, Pennsylvania. He studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and Drexel Institute in Philadelphia. Also, he exhibited regularly at the Pennsylvania Academy from 1903-09, 1924-25, and 1930, and was a member of the Philadelphia Art Club.
His landscape, "The Dam, Media, PA ", won a bronze medal in the 1926 Philadelphia Sesquicentennial Exposition (World's Fair), and his landscape, "November Aft
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