Hale, Philip Leslie, b. 1865 d. 1931
Active in France; Boston, Mass.
Collection size: 69 items.
Collection Summary: Drawings by Philip L. Hale consist of loose sketches in pencil, charcoal, pastels, and other media of heads, figures, anatomical studies, and miscellaneous subjects.
Biographical/Historical Note: Painter, teacher, critic, and writer; Boston, Mass. Hale received early training under his sister Ellen Day Hale, at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and Academy Julian in Paris, and he studied privately with William M. Chase, J. A. Weir, and Kenyon Cox. Taught at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston for thirty years; at various times, he also was on the faculty of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and Boston University. He is the son of Reverend Edward Everett Hale.
Lent for microfilming in 1986 by Thomas Dunlay, who purchased them in 1985 from dealer George Epstein. Epstein bought the drawings from Hale's daughter, Nancy Hale Bowers, in the 1960's.
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Also in the Archives
- Philip Leslie Hale papers, 1818-1962, bulk,1877-1939
- Image and Media Gallery items from other collections related to Hale, Philip Leslie