(1861 - 1939)
Ellsworth Woodward was active/lived in Louisiana, Massachusetts. Ellsworth Woodward is known for landscape painting, etching, teaching.
Although he was not a native of the South, Ellsworth Woodward became a force in Southern art education and a dynamic spokesman for his adopted region. Born in Seekonk, Massachusetts, he was one of six children. Ellsworth and his older brother William would both become artists, a career path ignited by their visit to the 1876 Philadelphia Centennial Exposition. From 1878 to 1880, Ellsworth attended the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, established in 1877 as one of the first institutions of higher learning to specialize in art and design. Around 1884, he furthered his education in Munich, studying briefly with Samuel G. Richards.
In 1885, Ellsworth Woodward—still a young man in his twenties—joined his brother William on the ... Displaying 750 of 11576 characters.