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Male, US, born 1887, died 1969

Professional History

B.Arch., Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; studied art and architecture in private ateliers in Paris, and later assisted his father in the family mural painting business; Following duty in the service during World War I, Garnsey moved to Los Angeles and started to paint architectural murals on his own; steeped in the educational methods of the French Academy, Garnsey served as a director for the Beaux-Arts Insitute of Design in New York and taught at Princeton University, 1942-1946;


Father was Elmer E. Garnsey, a noted muralist;

Associated Locations

  • New York, NY (Architect's Birth)
    New York, NY

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PCAD id: 1680