Artists Represented

Michael McEntee

After graduating from Haverford College and law school at Harvard University, Michael McEntee worked as the law librarian for the Supreme Court of the State of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, where he lived for many years. He came to art-making later in his life. While it had been an avocation, he became more serious in the 1940s, becoming a member of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia and spending vacations painting in Palm Beach, FL, and Martha's Vinyard. He created several hundred works in oil and watercolor between the 1940s-1960s before abandoning painting altogether in the early 1970s. He died in 1985.

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