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Warren Sheppard

 (1858 - 1937)
Warren W. Sheppard was active/lived in New Jersey.  Warren Sheppard is known for marine painting and yacht design.

Biography  
Warren Sheppard


A marine painter, Warren Sheppard was a designer and navigator of racing yachts and sailed widely along the New England coast. He won the famous New York-to-Bermuda race and published an authoritative book titled "Practical Navigation." He was also known for his canal scenes of Venice.

He took art lessons from marine painter Maurice De Haas and exhibited at the Brooklyn Art Association, the National Academy of Design and the Pennsylvania Academy.

Source:
Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art."



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About  Warren Sheppard

Born:  1858 - Greenwich, New Jersey
Died:   1937 - Greenwich, New Jersey
Known for:  marine painting and yacht design