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Joseph Crilly
Joseph Crilly, Derelict
Crilley moved to New Hope in 1948, where he began painting in earnest, and taught art at the New Hope-Solebury High School. He left teaching to become a photographer, continuing to paint and exhibit while pursuing a very active photography career. In addition to his professional assignments, he produced a book of his photographs and wrote articles for local papers accompanied by his photos. An avid fisherman, Crilley wrote articles on the sport for the Lambertville Beacon, and illustrated the subject for several magazines.
oil on board, 12 x 16
Signature: L/L
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