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Henry, Edward Lamsonnotes
Edward Lamson Henry (January 12, 1841 – May 9, 1919), commonly known as E.L. Henry, was an American genre painter, born in Charleston, South Carolina. Early life Though born in Charleston, by age seven his parents had died and Henry moved to live with cousins in New York City. He began studying painting, there and at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine...
1841 - 1919Anonymous01/02/2013
Homer, Winslownotes
Winslow Homer (February 24, 1836 – September 29, 1910) was an American landscape painter and printmaker, best known for his marine subjects. He is considered one of the foremost painters in 19th century America and a preeminent figure in American art. Largely self-taught, Homer began his career working as a commercial illustrator.[1]...
1836 - 1910Anonymous12/27/2012
Higgins, Eugene 1874 - 1958Anonymous12/25/2012
Hotchkiss, Thomas Hiramnotes
Little is known about Thomas H. Hotchkiss's educational background. In 1853 Hotchkiss exhibited for the first time at the Rochester, New York, studio of Henry Johnson Brent. He soon relocated to New York City and began exhibiting landscape work at the National Academy of Design in 1856, and works within the circle of artists surrounding Asher B....
c.1834 - 1869Anonymous12/22/2012
Howe, Harry Hambronotes
Harry Hambro Howe was a marine artist who was born in Buckfield, Maine on August 16, 1886.  Howe came from a family of artists.  Both his grandfather, H. Howe, and his father, Captain T. Bailey Howe, were artists.  T. Bailey Howe taught his son, Harry, how to paint.  T. Bailey Howe was master of the Nantucket whaler, the Isabella.  Harry H. Howe...
1886 - 1966Anonymous12/22/2012
Hamilton, Mary McLellan 1891 - 1939Anonymous12/14/2012
Hibbard, Aldro Thompsonnotes
Aldro Thompson Hibbard (August 25, 1886 - November 12, 1972) was a prominent American plein air painter. He was born in Falmouth, MA, but lived most of his life in Rockport, MA. His depictions of snowy landscapes, particularly in Vermont are highly regarded. Hibbard worked in oil; watercolor just couldn't be used in January & February in the...
August 25, 1886 - November 12, 1972Anonymous12/10/2012
Hodgdon, Sylvester Phelpsnotes
Sylvester Phelps Hodgdon studied with Benjamin Champney in Boston and later with Samuel Rouse in New York City.  In the early 1850s he worked as a lithographer for L. H. Bradford in Boston, during which time he executed views of the Flume and the Old Man of the Mountain. For thirty years he kept a studio in the Tremont Studio Building and he lived at...
1830 - 1906Anonymous12/10/2012
Hilliard, William Henrynotes
An accomplished landscape, still-life, and portrait painter, William Henry Hilliard was born in Auburn, New York in 1836.  By the 1860's, Hilliard was well known among Indian artists, residing in Madison.  He left for New York in 1876, subsequently moving to Boston and finally settling in  Washington, DC. He studied in New York City and also abroad...
1836 - 1905Anonymous12/08/2012
Hill, Edwardnotes
Edward Hill (December 9, 1843 – August 27, 1923) was a prolific artist as well as a published poet, songwriter, and newspaper correspondent. His paintings include White Mountain landscapes, southern genre scenes, still lifes, portraits, American Indians, European attractions, and the scenery of the American West. Early life Hill was born in the Union...
1843 - 1923Anonymous12/08/2012
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