(1883 - 1928)
Worth Brehm was active/lived in Indiana. Worth Brehm is known for book illustration, rural-childhood genre.
Biography Worth Brehm
Illustrator James Ellsworth "Worth" Brehm (b. 1883 - d. 1928) was a native of Hamilton County, Indiana. He graduated from Noblesville High School in 1902 and attended Indiana University, DePauw University, and the Herron Institute art school in Indianapolis. He and his older brother George, also an artist, worked for short time at the Indianapolis Star.
Around 1905 the two Brehm brothers moved to New York where Worth attended the Art Students League. By 1907 Worth Brehm's work was appearing in national magazines. A June 1908 issue of School Arts magazine lists Worth Brehm, his brother George and another Indiana born artist Franklin Booth as instructors in the National School of Art in New York City for the Fall 1908 se
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