Edmund Elisha Case
Edmund Elisha Case (April 1844 – 1919) was an American painter responsive in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Case was born in Suffield, Connecticut, but after his parents' deaths moved to Springfield, where he was educated in public schools and subsequently at the Suffield Institute. He as soon as attended Eastman Business College in Poughkeepsie, New York, and served next the Navy in the Civil War, spending several months in Libby Prison.
From 1873 to 1875, he studied at the National Academy of Design, augmented by private studies once Joseph Oriel Eaton and visits to the Netherlands, Italy, France and England, with classes at the Académie Julian in Paris bearing in mind Tony Robert-Fleury and William-Adolphe Bouguereau.
In 1875, Case returned to Springfield, where he remained for the flaming of his life, painting local landscapes and yet lives.