(1893 - 1982)
Glade Kennedy was active/lived in Colorado, Iowa. Glade Kennedy is known for wildlife painting and commercial illustration, postal stamps, newspaper art.
Biography Glade Kennedy
Glade Kennedy was a prominent Denver artist and illustrator who's depictions of wildlife earned him the sobriquet, "The Audubon of the West".
Born in Blockton Iowa in 1893, he moved with his family to Denver in 1910. Soon after graduation from the city's North High School in 1913, he enrolled at the Fine Arts Academy of Denver where he studied with Abigail Holman and Albert Olson. From his work at the school (where he also exhibited), Kennedy was awarded in 1915-1916, a scholarship to New York's Art Students League. Desiring to stay in Denver however, he declined the appointment. He continued his studies at the Pennsylvania School of Fine Arts, Denver Atelier with Henry McCarter and George William Eggers, the University o
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