(1877 - 1963)
Morris Hall Pancoast was active/lived in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, New Jersey. Morris Pancoast is known for shore-winter view painting, illustration.
Morris Hall Pancoast was an artist whose life was various and at time difficult. By age fifty-two, he was seemingly a successful artist in New York City, exhibiting at the National Academy of Design, Brooklyn Museum and Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. But his life, like so many others, was violently wrenched from its accustomed path by the disaster of the 1929 financial crash.
For the next sixteen years or so, Pancoast and his wife, an aging couple, literally became traveling salesmen of antiques in Florida, Massachusetts and Maine. In 1945, in a small rented house in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Pancoast's wife opened an antique shop and tearoom, while the artist ran an art gallery and had his studio.
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