William P. Teal


William P. Teal


A Sunny Cove

Oil on Canvas
14 x 17 inches

Signed Lower Left

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William Teal

(American,  1873-1940)

William P. Teal (born September 1, 1873; died May 25, 1940). William P. Teal was an early 20th century American painter most famous for his bold Impressionist landscapes of gardens by the shore in Rockport, Mass., advertised by David David, Phila., c. 1990. William P. Teal was an excellent draughtsman and portrayed strong architectural forms in his oil paintings.  He had a brilliant palette and used the floating color technique of Maurice Prendergast.


Cincinnati Art Academy, Studied Cin.A.A.; Member Duveneck Society



Frank Duveneck, L. H. Meakin, Nowottny, C. S. Kaelin


Memberships and Associations: 

Duveneck Society of Painters and Sculptors

Rockport Art Assn.

Cincinnati Art Club



Clossons Art Gallery

Getz-Brown Gallery

Cincinnati Art Museum 1917, 1929, 1930, 1932. 1937, 1938


Teacher, Hughes High School, Cincinnati.

Exhibition of Teal's students at Rhode Island School of Design


Painted:  Rockport, Cape Anne, Gloucester, Cincinnati