(1867 - 1941)
Edmund Marion Ashe was active/lived in Pennsylvania, New York, South Carolina. Edmund Ashe is known for industrial genre, illustrator, mural.
Edmund Marion Ashe was born in New York City in 1867. His main claim to exhibition fame, is that he was one of the exhibitors at the history-making Armory Show* in New York City in 1913. He studied at the Art Students League* with John Warde Stinson. A painter, illustrator and teacher, Ashe created work that varied from serious and expressive realistic paintings of factories and the world of manufacturing and labor, to posters for World War I bond drives ("Lend the way they fight, buy bonds to your utmost"), and watercolors of the famous fashion ideal of 1900, the Gibson Girl.
Ashe created a number of paintings of industry and the workmen who make it function: the making of steel with fiery open hearth furnaces, gl ... Displaying 750 of 13457 characters.