William P. Teal

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(American, 1873 - 1940)

William P. Teal was an excellent draughtsman and portrayed strong architectural forms in his oil paintings. He favored a brilliant palette and used the floating color technique of Maurice Prendergast. He studied at the Art Academy of Cincinnati under Frank Duveneck, L. H. Meakin, Nowottny, and C. S. Kaelin. Teal painted scenes in Rockport, Cape Anne, Gloucester, and Cincinnati.

He was a member of the Duveneck Society of Painters and Sculptors, the Rockport Art Association, and the Cincinnati Art Club. Teal's works were exhibited at Closson's Art Gallery, Getz-Brown Gallery, and the Cincinnati Art Museum in 1917, 1929, 1930, 1932. 1937, and 1938. He also taught art at Hughes High School in Cincinnati, OH and an exhibition of his students was held at the Rhode Island School of Design.