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 Edward Timothy Hurley  (1869 - 1950)

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Lived/Active: Ohio      Known for: townscape and landscape painting, etching, pottery decoration

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
A Cincinnati painter whose landscapes and etchings reflected the area where he lived, he was also a decorator for Rookwood Pottery from 1896 to 1948.  Many of his paintings were with pastel, and some were on ceramic.  A frequent subject was Mount Adams including its landmark, the Church of the Immaculate Conception.

Rogers, Millard F Jr.; Denny Carter, Bruce Weber.  The Golden Age: Cincinnati Painters of the Nineteenth Century Represented in the Cincinnati Art Museum

Biography from Cincinnati Art Galleries (Artworks under $10,000):
Edward T. Hurley was born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1869.  He painted landscapes for the Rookwood Pottery Company from 1896-1948.  He was most famous for his etchings and illustrations.

He was the author and illustrator of Familiar Scenes, 1937, Memories, 1943, and eight books on Cincinnati.  He was also the creator of "Hurley Bronzes."

He died in Cincinnati in 1950.

Xavier Univeristy; Cincinnati Art Academy, 1894-98 with Beck and Duveneck

Cincinnati Society of Etchers; Society of American Etchers; Ohio Print Makers; The Crafters; Cincinnati Art Club; Duveneck Society of Painters and Sculptors

National Academy of Design; Art Institute of Chicago; Herron Art Institute; CM; CI; Corcoran Gallery, 1910, 1912, 1916; Louisiana Purchase Exhibition; AIC, 1921 (prize); St. Louis World’s Fair, 1904; Columbus, 1921 (prize)

LOC; NGA; NYPL; CM; BM; Richmond, IN; Detroit Inst. Art; Paris; London; Art Assn; Indianapolis; TMA; St. Xavier Univ.; Cincinnati Club; Newman Club; Univ. Cincinnati; YMCA; Western Hills HS; National Gal. Ireland, Dublin; CMA

WW47; Cincinnati Painters of the Golden Age, 76 (w/ illus)

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