(1858 - 1947)
Henry Mortikar (Mortecai) Rosenberg was active/lived in Illinois, New York, Alabama, New Brunswick, New Jersey. Henry Rosenberg is known for landscape, illustrator-posters, etcher.
Biography Henry Rosenberg
The following is from Jim Bradley, historian and collector:
Henry M. Rosenberg:
Born: New Brunswick, New Jersey 1858.
Studied in Munich with Duveneck and in Venice with Whistler, and moved to Halifax Nova Scotia in 1897 and became principal of the Victoria School of Art & Design (named after Queen Victoria) from 1898 to 1910. This institution eventually became the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design.
He died in Citonelle Alabama on December 24, 1947.
He did oils, etchings, drawings, prints and evidently preferred blues and greys. The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia has some 40 pieces of his work.
The National Gallery of Canada advised me that they hold forms (or copies of forms) filled in by the artist whi
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