(1878 - 1958)
Joseph Francis Kernan was active/lived in New York, Massachusetts. Joseph Kernan is known for illustrator, genre-outdoor, animal.
Joseph Francis Kernan, a magazine illustrator for forty years during the golden age of that art and saddled with the nickname "the poor man's Norman Rockwell" -- was born in 1878 in Brookline, Massachusetts. He paid for his studies in Boston at the Eric Pape School of Art, where he later taught for two years, by playing professional baseball.
True to his own sporting interests, Kernan favored outdoor scenes of sports, fishing, hunting and dogs. One of his paintings of an English Setter is in the art collection of the DeCoverly Kennels, outside Scranton, Pennsylvania, which specializes in that breed of dog.
Kernan's paintings appeared on the covers of magazines including Collier's, Liberty, The Saturday Evening Post, The Count ... Displaying 750 of 1568 characters.