George Pearse Ennis
|George Pearse Ennis|
George Pearse Ennis, from the Archives of American Art
St. Louis, Missouri
|Died||1936 (aged 51–52)
Utica, New York
|Education||Washington University, St. Louis, The Chase School|
|Known for||Painting, watercolor, murals, stained glass|
George Pearse Ennis (July 21, 1884 - August 1936) was an American artist. He is known for his watercolors and for the stained glass window he designed for Washington Hall, the cadet mess hall at West Point.
Ennis studied at Washington University, St. Louis and at the Chase School. He was a member of the Federal Art Project. He worked in New York City, and, after the 1920s, in Eastport, Maine. Ennis died following an automobile crash near Utica, New York in 1936.
- Ennis, George Pearse (1933, 1943). Making a water-colour. How to do it Series (3). London: Studio Publications. OCLC 560101379. Check date values in:
- Summers, Charles, George Pearse Ennis (1903). The nomads : a socio-economic novel. St. Louis, Mo.: Cosmos Pub. Co. OCLC 12529582.
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