(1872 - 1966)
Henry William Sharadin was active/lived in Pennsylvania. Henry Sharadin is known for allegory, landscape.
Biography Henry Sharadin
The following biography has been provided by Valerie Malmberg, Greshville Antiques and Fine Art.
Henry Sharadin was born in Kutztown, PA in 1872. He attended the Keystone State Normal School, where he pursued his interest in art. He studied at the Pennsylvania School of Industrial Art and the Metropolitan Art School of New York. He also studied in Paris and Rome. He returned to Reading and opened a studio in 1895. He became an elected Director of the Keystone State Normal School in 1902. He was known for his landscapes and the many religious murals he executed for local churches. For more information and examples of his work, see Artists of Berks County: An Overview 1850-1920.