Words of Wisdom: William A. Coffin

by Matthew Innis |

William Anderson Coffin (1855-1925), was a Yale educated art critic who worked for such publications as Harper’s Weekly, The New York Post, and Scribner’s Magazine.  Unlike modern art critics, however, Coffin was also a working landscape and figure painter, who, like many of his fellow Americans, trained in the grand tradition in the studios of…

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