(1847 - 1930)
Harrington Fitzgerald was active/lived in Pennsylvania. Harrington Fitzgerald is known for panoramic landscape, marine genre.
Biography Harrington Fitzgerald
Harrington Fitzgerald, an artist of panoramic landscape and marine works, was born in Philadelphia, April 5, 1847, the son of Thomas And Sarah (Riter) Levering. He began a career in business as a cashier but failing eyesight compelled him to rest for a year. He then found employment with a local newspaper, the "Philadelphia Item", eventually becoming business manager, managing editor and proprietor.
Fitzgerald became interested in art as a relaxation in the 1860's. In Philadelphia he first studied drawing and composition under George W. Holmes, one of the teachers of Thomas Eakins and James B. Sword. He also studied with George W. Nicholson and John Singer Sargent, and later continued his studies under Eugene Isabey, Mariano Fortun
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