Harry Worthman (1909-1989), "San Miguel and Gen. Allende", 1967, pastel, sight: 19.5 x 25.5", frame: 28 x 34"
Published: Exhibition catalogue, "Harry Worthman: A Life in Art", Tyler Museum of Art, 2005, page 42
Exhibited: 2005, Tyler Museum of Art, "Harry Worthman: A Life in Art"
Born in New York City, Harry Worthman knew early in life that art was to be his career. After graduating from high school, Worthman attended the Art Students League in New York City, studying under such well-known artists as George Bridgman, Dean Cornwell and Frank Vincent Dumond. He also studied at the National Academy of Design and the Cooper Union, both in New York City. In 1948, Worthman moved to Texas where he finished out his career.