(1891 - 1941)
William Henry Kemble Yarrow was active/lived in Pennsylvania. William Yarrow is known for mod sea-landscape, portrait.
Biography William Yarrow
William Yarrow was an American mural painter, born in Glenside, Pennsylvania to a prominent Philadelphia family. He was educated at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and the Academy Grand Chaumiere, Colorossi, in Paris. He spent ten years in Florence, Italy studying and painting, and maintained a studio there, where he did much of his work.
During World War I, Yarrow served in the field artillery and organized the camouflage school at Camp Jackson. His artistic talent was recognized when he was in his early twenties, and he received the silver medal in 1915 at the Panama Pacific Exposition in San Francisco. A year later he received the gold medal of the Art Club of Philadelphia for his full-length painting, Nude.
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