Joseph Henry Hatfield [1863-1928] American artist : Reading in a tree, ca.1910.

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Joseph Henry Hatfield [1863-1928]
United States
Reading in a tree, ca.1910
Oil on board
15 x 12 inches
Signed at lower right : ‘J. HATFIELD’.

Joseph Henry Hatfield [1863-1928]
United States
Reading in a tree, ca.1910
Oil on board
15 x 12 inches
Signed at lower right : ‘J. HATFIELD’.

Birth: 1863 in St John / Kingston, Newfoundland, Canada ;
Death: 1928
Sex: Male ;
Ethnicity: White ; 
Zodiac:
[unknown] ;

Known for: Paintings of children and the people of Canton, MA ; landscapes ;
Medium: Oil ;
Technique: Painting ;
Subjects: Children ;

Areas: 1863 in St John / Kingston, Newfoundland, Canada ; Paris, France ; Boston, MA ;
Region: Canada ; Europe ; North East ;
Lived: 50 Bromfield Street, Boston, MA (1888) ; Canton Junction, MA (1891, 1894, 1896-1902) ; 161 Tremont Street, Boston, MA (1892) ; 175 Tremont Street, Boston, MA (1895-1896) ;
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Spouse: Catharine (Como) Hatfield (?-?) ;
Children: Theodore Hatfield (?-?), son ;

Training: Academy Julian, Paris, France (1889-?) under Benjamin Constant (1845-1902), Henri-Lucien Doucet (1856-1895) & Jules-Joseph Lefebvre (1836-1911) ;
Instructors: Benjamin Constant (1845-1902) ; Henri-Lucien Doucet (1856-1895) ; Jules-Joseph Lefebvre (1836-1911) ;
Work: Illustrated for New England Magazine, Boston, MA ; Created his own paint company experimenting with pigments (1896-1928) ; Hatfield’s Color Shop, Lower level hotel Ludlow, Boston, MA ;

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Member: Boston Art Club, Boston, MA ; Boston Charity Mechanics’ Association, Boston, MA ;
Exhibited with: Boston Art Club, Boston, MA (1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902) ; National Academy of Design, New York, NY (1896) ; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA (1895, 1896-1897) ; Paris Salons, Paris, France (1891) ; Boston Charity Mechanics’ Association, Boston, MA (1892) ; Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, MO (1904) ;
Awards: Boston Charity Mechanics’ Association, Boston, MA, silver medal (1892) ; Columbian Exposition [Chicago World’s Fair], Chicago, IL (1893) ; National Academy of Design, New York, NY, prize (1896) ;

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