(1909 - 1995)
Rodman Pell was active/lived in New York. Rodman Pell is known for townscape, coastal paintings.
Biography Rodman Pell
Rodman Pell (November 13,1909-March 13, 1995) was a direct descendant of King Edward II of England. His aristocratic title was Sixteenth Lord of The Manor of Pelham. The Pell family at one time owned all of the property (200,000 acres) today known as Westchester County, just north of New York City. The Pell family tree in the Americas dates to 1634.
Rodman Pell lived his entire life as a local resident of Greenport, New York. The Pell name in this eastern Long Island community was generally associated with seafood and the fishing industry which Rodman ran for over 50 years.
In 1968 he started a second career which was painting, for which he had no formal training or schooling. He was recov
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