(1860 - 1955)
William John Whittemore was active/lived in New York. William Whittemore is known for figure, portrait, landscape and floral painting.
Biography William Whittemore
An American painter, miniaturist and teacher born in New York City in 1860, William John Whittemore (1860-1955) had a painting career that would span an impressive sixty-five years. Whittemore received early training at the National Academy of Design under the auspices of William M. Hart and the academy's first instructor, Lemuel Wilmarth from 1882-1886.
Whittemore also studied under James Carroll Beckwith in 1885 at the Art Student's League.
Whittemore went abroad and continued his fine art training at the Academie Julian under the renowned teacher J. J. Benjamin Constant and Jules Joseph Le Febrve for 1888 and 1889.
Art organizations, clubs and membership for Whittemore include the National Academy, Amer
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