(1869 - 1953)
Henry Hammond Ahl was active/lived in Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut. Henry Ahl is known for sea-landscape, illustrator, mural.
Born in East Hartford, Connecticut, Henry Ahl was a portraitist, muralist, and landscape painter whose work reflected his exposure to the Tonalist style of the Barbizon painters.
From 1911, Henry Hammond Ahl did canvases and murals with religious themes and decorated numerous churches in Boston and Providence, Rhode Island. However, his promising career as a muralist ended in 1915 when he fell from a scaffold, and from that time he focused on landscape painting.
Ahl showed early talent for drawing, and by age 17 was a skilled oil painter. His reputation was assured by the time he was age 30. He studied at the Royal Academy of Munich with Alexander Wagner and Franz Von Stuck, and in Paris with Jean Leon Gerom ... Displaying 750 of 5383 characters.