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Philip Little

 (1857 - 1942)
Philip Little was active/lived in Massachusetts.  Philip Little is known for coastal-urban landscape, etcher.

Philip Little

Philip Little (American, 1857-1942):

Philip Little was born in Swampscott, MA September 6, 1857 the son of James Lovell and Julia Agusta Cook. He attended M.I.T. intending to go into business until contracting Typhoid Fever (1875-1876). From 1877-1880 he attended Lowell School of Design at the Institute of Technology and worked in lithograph department of Forbes Lithograph Company of Boston. From 1881-1882 he and Frank W. Benson were students at Boston's Museum School and the following year he exhibited for the first time at the Boston Art Club (April-May) and married Lucretia Shephard Jackson. He married Caroline King on his 82nd birthday (1938).

Little and Benson lived at 2 Chestnut Street, Salem (MA) beginning in 18  ...  Displaying 750 of 3766 characters.

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About  Philip Little

Born:  1857 - Swampscott, Massachusetts
Died:   1942 - Salem, Massachusetts
Known for:  coastal-urban landscape, etcher