(1904 - 1987)
Samuel Franklin Hershey was active/lived in Massachusetts, Indiana. Samuel Hershey is known for modernist landscape and marine painting, architecture, teaching.
Biography Samuel Hershey
Samuel F. Hershey studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts*, Boston Museum School of Art, and
with New Haven Paint & Clay Club* members Aldro Hibbard and William
He exhibited his paintings nationally during the 1920's and 1930s
before he began his teaching career. At Harvard University's
Graduate School of Design, he taught from 1937 to 1942; at the Rhode
Island School of Design, from 1946 to 1969; and at the University of
California (Berkeley) until his retirement in 1971.
A New Haven Paint & Clay Club member from 1933 to 1949, Samuel
Hershey exhibited paintings of still life, landscape and figure
studies. He was awarded
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