Samuel (S Warner) Warner
(1871 - 1947)
Samuel (S. Warner) Warner was active/lived in Massachusetts, New York / England. Samuel Warner is known for book design, illustration, landscape and portrait painting, charcoal drawing, teaching.
Courtesy of Kim Bullock, the youngest great-grandchild of Carl and Madonna Ahrens, carlahrens.com.
Samuel Warner (standing) with Carl H. Ahrens (Canadian, 1862-1936)
at the Roycroft - c.1900
Biography Samuel (S. Warner) Warner
Samuel Warner, F.R.S.A. (American, 1871-1947) noted Roycrofter, book designer, illustrator, painter and art instructor primarily known for his involvement in the early Arts & Crafts movement in America. Warner was born in May, 1871 in Scranton, PA, and although early family records are scant, he was known to be the son of a man long-connected with the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western railroads, and was also the step-son of a man named Charles DeLong. A few sources state incorrectly that Warner was English, most likely because of his training in London and his F.R.S.A. distinction, but the artist was born and raised in Scranton, PA.
Warner studied art at the Scranton School of Art and later graduated in 1891 from the art, drawing
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