(1857 - 1926)
Joseph Pennell was active/lived in Pennsylvania, New York / United Kingdom. Joseph Pennell is known for etching, illustration, painting and teaching.
Joseph Pennell, painter, illustrator, etcher, lecturer, critic, author,
teacher, was born in Pennsylvania, the son of Philadelphia
Quaker parents and briefly attended the School of Industrial Design now
called the Philadelphia College of Art. He was a pupil in the
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts between 1878-80, and his unusual
ability in etching was early recognized by his instructor, James L.
In his time Pennell had "acquired no small measure
of fame as a public lecturer, critic and author. He also taught at the
Art Students' League. As an illustrator for a time he worked in New
Orleans in collaboration with Cable, the novelist.
In 1881 he went to
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