Joseph B. Davol
Joseph Benjamin Davol (August 25, 1864 – June 15, 1923) was an American marine painter and art teacher.
He was a student of Charles Herbert Woodbury, and lived in Ogunquit, Maine during his active years a professional painter until his death. Commissioned the building of a studio from the noted architect John Calvin Stevens.
He died in Ogunquit and his obituary appeared in the New York Times Sunday June 17, 1923.
Exhibitions and Honors
- Member of the Salmagundi Club (salmagundi.org)
- Exhibited extensively at:
- Corcoran Gallery
- Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (the oldest art museum and school in the nation)
- Boston Art Club: Official link
- Exhibition about the Boston Art Club.
- Silver medal winner at the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition (1915) in San Francisco
- Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME portlandmuseum.org
- Farnsworth Museum of Art, Rockland ME farnsworthmuseum.org
Chadbourne, Janice H. and Karl Gabosh and Charles O. Vogel, ed. The Boston Art Club Exhibition Record, 1873-1909. Madison, Connecticut: Sound View Press, 1991. ISBN 0-932087-18-3 Available through the Boston Art Club.
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