William T Robinson [1852-1934] : Barnyard with family of chickens, ca.1880.

$3,850

William T Robinson [1852-1934]
American
Barnyard with family of chickens, ca.1880
Oil on canvas
18 x 24 inches
Signed lower left.

 

William T Robinson [1852-1934]

BIOGRAPHY
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William T. Robinson was born on September 17, 1852 in Somerville, MA.

Robinson studied art in Boston under George Nelson Cass (1831-1882), in Paris at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, the Gobelin Tapestry Schools, the Academy Julian under William Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905) and Diogene Ulysse Napoleon Maillart (1840-1926) and at the Ecole de Medecine in Paris, presumably focused on anatomy.

Robinson lived and worked in Malden, MA, where he maintained a studio in the Auditorium Building.

His work included portraits, landscapes, marine, still life, and genre scenes. He painted scenes in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Robinson had a career that lasted over 50 years, from the mid-1870s to the mid-1920s.

The artist showed at several galleries including: Mr. Alfred A. Childs, #4 Park Street, Boston, MA; Gallery of Elliot, Blakeslee & Noyes, 127 Tremont Street, Boston, MA and at the Henry Gallery in Seattle.  Robinson’s work is held at the Malden Public Library.

Robinson died in Malden, MA in 1934.

SOURCES
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– Boston Post, Boston, MA, May 15, 1874, Friday, Page 3.
– Boston Post, Boston, MA, July 8, 1878, Monday, Page 3.
– “William T. Robinson (1852-1934).” White Mountain Art & Artists. Updated unknown. Access March 14, 2018. http://whitemountainart.com/about-3/artists/william-t-robinson

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William T Robinson [1852-1934]
American
Barnyard with family of chickens, ca.1880
Oil on canvas
18 x 24 inches
Signed lower left.

 

William T Robinson [1852-1934]

BIOGRAPHY
————————–

William T. Robinson was born on September 17, 1852 in Somerville, MA.

Robinson studied art in Boston under George Nelson Cass (1831-1882), in Paris at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, the Gobelin Tapestry Schools, the Academy Julian under William Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905) and Diogene Ulysse Napoleon Maillart (1840-1926) and at the Ecole de Medecine in Paris, presumably focused on anatomy.

Robinson lived and worked in Malden, MA, where he maintained a studio in the Auditorium Building.

His work included portraits, landscapes, marine, still life, and genre scenes. He painted scenes in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Robinson had a career that lasted over 50 years, from the mid-1870s to the mid-1920s.

The artist showed at several galleries including: Mr. Alfred A. Childs, #4 Park Street, Boston, MA; Gallery of Elliot, Blakeslee & Noyes, 127 Tremont Street, Boston, MA and at the Henry Gallery in Seattle.  Robinson’s work is held at the Malden Public Library.

Robinson died in Malden, MA in 1934.

SOURCES
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– Boston Post, Boston, MA, May 15, 1874, Friday, Page 3.
– Boston Post, Boston, MA, July 8, 1878, Monday, Page 3.
– “William T. Robinson (1852-1934).” White Mountain Art & Artists. Updated unknown. Access March 14, 2018. http://whitemountainart.com/about-3/artists/william-t-robinson