(1886 - 1973)
Harry Leith-Ross was active/lived in Pennsylvania. Harry LeithRoss is known for landscape, shore-harbor-marine painting.
Landscape painter Harry Leith-Ross was born in Mauritius in 1886, a
British possession in the Indian Ocean. He came to America as a
seventeen year old. Before beginning, some ten years later in
1914, his studies at the Art Students League Summer School in
Woodstock, New York at the relatively late age of twenty-eight,
Leith-Ross had worked as a commercial artist. He studied with
John F. Carlson and Birge Harrison at the League Summer School, and
later with C. Y. Turner at the National Academy of Design in New York
City. He then went to Paris, studying with Jean Paul Laurens at
the Academie Julien and in England with Stanhope Forbes.
associated with the Bucks County artists' colony in New Hope,
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