Ferdinand Warren (1899-1981)

Brooklyn Street Scene
Ferdinand Warren was born in Independence, Missouri, in 1899. He attended the Kansas City Art Institute in Kansas City, Missouri, and painted war bond posters during World War II (1941-45). After the war he became a faculty member at Agnes Scott College in Decatur. Warren died in 1981.
His oil painting Brooklyn Street Scene is part of Georgia's State Art Collection.


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Dobbs, Chris. "Ferdinand Warren (1899-1981)." New Georgia Encyclopedia. 19 July 2017. Web. 03 March 2021.
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