(1890 - 1957)
Kenneth R. Nunamaker was active/lived in Pennsylvania, Ohio. Kenneth Nunamaker is known for landscape.
A prominent member of the New Hope School, Kenneth R. Nunamaker was born in Akron, Ohio in 1890. He traveled west at the age of seventeen, herding cattle for a living. This marked the beginning of Nunamaker's artistic "training". He painted in his spare time, translating the landscape around him into shapes on his canvas. Nunamaker received his official training in the art department of the Akron Engraving Company in Ohio. He moved to the Philadelphia area in 1918 and became the art director of Hoedt Studios. He moved to Center Bridge, Pennsylvania in 1923 where he developed a close association with members of the New Hope School.
Nunamaker was strongly influenced by the impressionist paintings of Edward W. Redfield, who subsequentl ... Displaying 750 of 1793 characters.