E Ambrose Webster
(1869 - 1935)
E. Ambrose Webster was active/lived in Massachusetts. E Webster is known for modernist painting and teaching.
A painter, lecturer, teacher and also a descendant of Daniel Webster, E
Ambrose Webster was a prominent and pioneering proponent of modernism
on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. By his own painting as well as
lecturing and writing, he promoted a style that moved beyond
Impressionism to a Fauve-like handling of color. One of his
writings was a booklet on color. He was criticized by
traditionalists for participating in the 1913 New York Armory Show that
Webster was born in Chelsea, Massachusetts,
and studied at the Boston Museum School of Fine Art with Frank Benson
and Edmund Tarbell. From 1896 to 1898, he studied in Paris at the
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