(1907 - 2002)
James Edward Peck was active/lived in United States. James Peck is known for Painter, designer, illustrator, graphic.
Biography James Peck
James Peck's artistic study began at a young age with his mother, Edith Hogan Peck (1884 - 1957), an art teacher in Cleveland. He studied at the Cleveland Art Institute with Henry G. Keller, the John Huntington Polytechnic Institute, with Hans Hoffman in Provincetown, and studied printmaking with Kalman Kubinyi.
In addition to receiving two Guggenheim Fellowships, Mr. Peck exhibited widely, traveling the country to paint. Peck moved to Seattle in 1947 to become director of the new Art Department at the Cornish School. There he taught drawing, painting and advertising illustration. He also worked as a graphic designer and art director but continued traveling and painting the mountains and lakes of the Pacific Northwest.
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