Leroy Reynolds Woodard
(1903 - 1985)
Leroy Reynolds Woodard was active/lived in New Hampshire, Massachusetts. Leroy Woodard is known for portrait and landscape painting, etching, commercial art.
Biography Leroy Reynolds Woodard
Leroy R. Woodard was born April 16, 1903 in Brockton, MA, the first son of Charles F. and Eva (Reynolds) Woodard. He attended Brockton Schools and the Museum of Fine Arts School in Boston, MA, studying with Philip Lesley Hale.
An active man, Woodard went to the Appalachian Mountain Club's Pinkham Notch Camp in the winter of 1927 and worked at Carter, Lonesome, and Greenleaf Huts. Known for his culinary skills, his Spaghetti Bolognese was a hit with the hikers.
On November 2, 1933, he sailed on the SS General von Steuben and landed in Bremen, Germany on November 12, 1933. He traveled through Munich and Bavaria, before going to Florence. Leroy visited Rome and was fascinated by the immense ancient struct
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