Frederick William Hutchison (1871 - 1953)

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Frederick William Hutchison (1871 - 1953)
Abstract
An introduction and an examination of the works of Montreal-born landscape painter, Frederick William Hutchison (1871 - 1953). Hutchison studied at the Art Association School of Montreal under William Brymner, at the Chase School in New York City under William Chase, and in Paris at the Julian Academy under Jean Paul Laurens and Benjamin Constant. He moved to New York in 1905 where he rose to prominence as a painter. He taught at the City College of the City of New York as a tutor for the Department of Art in 1906 then became an instructor of art in 1908. By 1920 he was Art Supervisor of the Townsend Harris Hall school (the preparatory high school of the City College of New York) where he remained until his retirement. Much of his landscape paintings depict the Charlevoix and Lower St. Lawrence regions of Quebec. He died at Hudson Heights, Quebec, at the age of 82.
Type
Master's Thesis
University
Concordia University
Place
Montreal
Date
1982
Language
en
URL
Citation
Thomas, Stephanie A. “Frederick William Hutchison (1871 - 1953).” Master’s Thesis, Concordia University, 1982. http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/obj/thesescanada/vol2/QMG/TC-QMG-3314.pdf.
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