Philip Goodwin (1882-1935)

Hiro Fine Art is interested in purchasing artworks by Philip Goodwin.

Born in Norwich, Connecticut in 1882, Philip Goodwin showed artistic talent at a young age. He was encouraged to pursue the arts by his parents and attended the Rhode Island School of Design and the Arts Student League in New York. Though he grew up in the North East, his love for painting the outdoors and the Wild West lead him to produce scenes of “Cowboys and Indians,” hunting, fishing and ranch life. He consistently romanticised his subjects and painted in vivid color.

He opened a studio in New York City where his nature scenes were received with enthusiasm. As his paintings became increasingly popular, he was published in several popular magazines such as Harper’s Monthly and Weekly, advertised for Winchester Arms and the Marlin Firearms Company, and illustrated several books. He died in New York in 1935.