(1919 - 2015)
Evelyn Faherty was active/lived in Pennsylvania. Evelyn Faherty is known for landscape.
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Evelyn Faherty was born in the early 20th century and made her home in Yardley, Pennsylvania. She is a Bucks County Impressionist, also known as the "New Hope School" and studied under the famous "New Hope School" artists, John Folinsbee (1892-1972) and Harry Leith-Ross (1886-1973). However, she received her greatest inspiration from Edward W. Redfield.
Her paintings have won many awards and are included in private collections in the United States and Europe. Faherty was featured in the Spring 1998 issue of "Bucks County Town and Country Living."
Written and submitted February 2004 by Jim McCain, Moody, Alabama.