(1913 - 2010)
George Frederic Earle was active/lived in New York, Massachusetts. George Earle is known for landscape and militray scene painting, teaching landscape architecture.
George F. Earle (1913 - 2010)
George Earle was born in New Bedford, Mass. in 1913 and demonstrated an early interest in art. He attended the Swain School of Art in New Bedford and Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, where he won awards as a child. He went on to receive a B.F.A. at Syracuse University in 1937 and an M.F.A. at Yale in 1946.
In 1937, he was awarded a Tiffany Foundation Fellowship and in 1937-38 spent a year painting in Mexico. There he painted briefly under Diego Rivera's casual teaching, but mostly he painted on his own. Earle was subsequently apprenticed to Ezra Winter for the Library of Congress murals - the Canterbury Tales - and was later a W.P.A. "easel painter" out of ... Displaying 750 of 4487 characters.