(1849 - 1920)
William Henry Lippincott was active/lived in New York. William Lippincott is known for interior, children's portrait, landscape, genre and stage set painting, etching.
Born in Philadelphia, William Lippincott was a painter of interiors, portraits, landscapes, figure and genre scenes, who eventually settled in New York City and taught at the National Academy of Design. He was also noted as a painter of set designs including for "La Boheme" and "Salambo", and as an illustrator.
He attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. In 1874, he went to Paris, studied with Leon Bonnat, became a plein-air painter, shared a studio with Americans Edwin Blashfield, Milne Ramsey, and Charles Pearce. He exhibited in the Paris Salons until 1882 and then returned to the United States where he set up a studio in New York City. He exhibited regularly for more than 40 years at the National Academy of Design, elec ... Displaying 750 of 2734 characters.