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Philip Goodwin

 (1881 - 1935)
Philip Russell Goodwin was active/lived in New York, Connecticut.  Philip Goodwin is known for animal, field-stream illustration.

Biography   Philip Goodwin


Known for his illustrations of hunting, fishing, and cowboy scenes, especially scenes featuring firearms, Philip R. Goodwin was from Norwich, Connecticut. By the age of eleven, he had already sold his first illustrations to Collier's magazine. He was educated at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence and the Art Students' League in New York. He also studied with Howard Pyle in Pennsylvania. His works exhibit much of Pyle's earnestness and discipline, but are restricted almost entirely to subjects of hunting and fishing. In this limited area, however, he produced many notable pictures, the subject matter always convincing and dramatic in color.

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