Edgar A, Whitney, A.W.S. spent twenty-five years in commercial art, including five years as art director at McCann-Erickson, before devoting himself full time to painting and teaching. He taught figure, portrait, and pictorial composition at Pratt Institute, lectured at New York University, and was a guest lecturer at the Columbia Graduates Club. In addition, he demonstrated and taught for art organizations throughout the United States.
Around 1958, Mr. Whitney taught in the New York metropolitan area in spring and fall and conducted his "Whitney Watercolor Tours Through New England" in summer, and lectured in the South and West in the Winter.
Edgar A Whitney was a contributing editor to American Artist
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