(1859 - 1939)
William Woodward was active/lived in Louisiana, California, Massachusetts. William Woodward is known for town-landscape, portrait, genre painting, art education.
A painter, teacher, sketch artist, etcher, and architect, William Woodward is known primarily for his impressionist paintings of the French Quarter in New Orleans and the Gulf Coast of Mississippi. He was active in New Orleans from 1885 to 1923, and Biloxi, Mississippi, from 1924 to 1939. He also painted landscapes including the Yellowstone Falls of the Grand Canyon when he traveled to Canada, Hawaii, and throughout the American West.
Woodward was born in Seekonk, Massachusetts and studied at the Rhode Island School of Design, the Massachusetts Normal Art School in Boston, and the Academie Julian with Gustave Boulanger and Jules Lefebvre.
He and his brother, Ellsworth, were highly influential figures in New Orleans ... Displaying 750 of 5137 characters.