(1886 - 1941)
William Harnden Foster was active/lived in United States. William Foster is known for wildlife, dog portrait, illustrator.
Biography William Foster
Sporting artist William Harnden Foster trained at the the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and the Howard Plye Art Colony in Wilmington, Delaware.
Known for his dog portraits the artist also co-invented the shooting game, Skeet as well as authored and illustrated the highly respected sporting book, " New England Grouse Shooting" (1942).
Source: Wildlife Art, November/December 2002
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