Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/Pennell, Joseph

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PENNELL, JOSEPH, an American illustrator and author; born in Philadelphia, Pa., July 4, 1860. Besides works written in collaboration with his wife, he published: "Pen Drawings and Pen Draughtsmen" (1889); "The Jew at Home" (1892); "Modern Illustrations"; "The Work of Charles Keene" (1897); "Lithography and Lithographers" (1900); "Life of Whistler" (with Mrs. Pennell, 1910); "The Wonder of Work" (1916). Was awarded the Grand Prize at St. Louis Exposition (1904); Milan Exposition (1906); London (1913); and Florence (1914).