(1859 - 1934)
Harold Broadfield Warren was active/lived in Massachusetts. Harold Warren is known for sea-landscape, architectural.
Biography Harold Warren
Harold Broadfield Warren was a landscape painter, illustrator, and craftsman. Born in Manchester, England, October 16, 1859 and came to the United States in 1876. Pupil of Charles Herbert Moore (1840-1930) and Charles Eliot Norton (1827-1908) at Harvard University. Member: Copley Society 1891; Boston Society of Architects (Association); Boston Museum of Fine Arts; American Federation of Arts; Boston Society of Arts and Crafts (Master).
Warren was an instructor in watercolor from 1912 to 1930 at The School of Architecture, Harvard University. In 1884 he exhibited "In St. Mark's, Venice" at the National Academy of Design. H. B. Warren died on November 23,1934.
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