Seth (Samuel S) Hoffman
(1895 - 1948)
Seth (Samuel S.) Hoffman was active/lived in New York, Pennsylvania. Seth Hoffman is known for black and white monotypes, painting, etching, teaching.
Biography Seth (Samuel S.) Hoffman
Seth Hoffman (Samuel S. Hoffman (September 8, 1895 – August 2, 1948) was a twentieth-century American artist, most noted for his black & white monotypes.
A native of Philadelphia, Hoffman studied at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (1914-1920) with Philip Hale, Emil Carlsen, Daniel Garber, Charles Grafly, and Henry McCarter, and at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris.
Hoffman moved to New York, where he became a member of the Woodstock Artists Association and taught art at the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, Locals 22 and 91, in New York City.
By profession painter, etcher, and teacher, his work was exhibited at Pepsi-Cola, 1945; National Academy of Design, 1940; solo shows: Macbeth (Feb. & Nov.
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