(1897 - 1981)
John E. Berninger was active/lived in Pennsylvania. John Berninger is known for landscape painting-snowscenes.
Biography John Berninger
A Pennsylvania landscape painter living in Allentown, John Berninger is
described by art writer, Geoff Gehman, as being in the "outer ring of
the New Hope School." His career was devoted to depicting his
region in realist-impressionist style, especially snowscenes and
landmarks such as Meyers Bridge in Allentown.
Berninger studied with Orlando Gray Wales, Arlington Lindenmuth and
Walter Emerson Baum, and then was an art instructor at the Kline-Baum
School in Allentown. In 1934, he was selected as one of
four students of Baum into the Circulating Picture Club of the
Philadelphia Art Alliance, and two years later, he became Curator at
the Allentown Art Museum, which had just been founded by Baum.
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