Modern (19th century-1945) Graphic Arts
(Woodstock, CT, June 30, 1876 - November 1, 1925, Bath, ME)
An illustrator, painter and etcher, Ernest Haskell was a well-known figure in New York and Paris during the early part of the 20th century. In 1976, a memorial centennial exhibition of his birth was held at the New York Public Library. Haskell was especially noted for his etchings, a skill he learned as a student of James McNeill Whistler. He also designed promotional posters in watercolor.
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