(1883 - 1959)
Percy F. Albee was active/lived in New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut / France. Percy Albee is known for mural painting, printmaking-lithographs.
Biography Percy Albee
Percy Albee was a student of both the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts* and the Rhode Island School of Design*, where he met his wife the noted wood engraver Grace Albee. In his early career, he painted murals and was a printmaker in Providence. He enjoyed membership at the Providence Art Club and the Providence Water Color Club.
Albee was awarded many mural commissions including both Memorial Hall and St. Paul's Chapel at Brown University, The Roger Williams Park Museum, the Rhode Island Country Club and the Auditorium of the Brigham School in Providence. The latter mural was reproduced in the American Magazine of Art in 1926.
By the late 1920's Percy took his family to Paris where he concentrated on large lithographs
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