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 James Frederick Hutchinson  (1931 - )

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Lived/Active: Florida/Hawaii      Known for: landscape and Indian painting

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James Hutchinson "On The Creek", circa 1976
"On The Creek", circa 1976
Oil on Canvas, 16" x 20 1/4"

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
James Hutchinson was a member of the Indian River School of Painting, which was not a formal school but was a group which began with mostly African-American Florida working class people who wanted to paint. Following is the explanation of that school and its participants.

Indian River School is a name applied to Floridian artists in the 1950’s and 1960’s. They were heavily influenced by nature. Most of the artists in this movement were African American. Their work is characterized by quick strokes and eschews traditional methods of paintings. The main influence for the group was a man named A.E. Backus, a Bohemian white man who mentored the group of young black artists. The group used to congregate in his studio and learnt to paint from ‘Beanie’ (as he was called) as a way out of their lower class labour jobs.

Their work was powerful, dramatic yet captured the serenity and beauty of the Florida countryside. No one knows how many artists A.E. Backus mentored, but experts put the number at about 20, many of whom he put through college. Many are still painting and sell their work in galleries and online. Note some of their work is difficult to find because it exists in only private collections.

Famous Artists of the Indian River School of Art
A.E. Backus (‘Beanie’) – 1906-1955
Don D. Brown
James Hutchinson
Therese Knowles
Margaret Z. Smith-1925-2005
Julie Enders
Annie Nobles Miller
Jackie Schindehette
Jackie Brice

Famous Paintings and Art of the Indian River School
A.E. Backus (‘Beanie’) – Fire Sky
Don. D. Brown- The Offering
James Hutchinson- Jacaranda Shade Florida, Tropical Poinciana
Theresa Knowles-La Source  and Ferns at the Spring
Jackie Schindehette-Double Red
Roseate Spoonbills-Jewels of Nature -

Museums, Galleries or Exhibitions of the Indian River School of Art
A.E. Backus Museum and Gallery-www.backusgallery.com
The Hutchinson Gallery- http://hutchinsonartgallery.com/Artists_Information.html?www.floridalandscapes.com?http://www.jbriceoriginaloils.com/?http://www.jameshutchinsonart.com/JFHwebsite/James_F._Hutchinson.html

Online Source:
"The Indian River School of Art", The Art Institutes, http://www.arthistoryguide.com/Indian_River_School.aspx (Accessed 5/19/2013)

Written By Melissa Montgomery


Biography from Firestone Fine Art - II:
James Hutchinson was born in Fort Pierce, Florida in 1931. After leaving the navy in the early 1950''s he took art instruction from his brother-in-law the famed Florida landscape artist, A.E. Backus.

Hutchinson felt a need to paint the Seminole Indians in their native habitat and did so only after living with indians in the late 50''s and early 1960''s.His work vividly portrays the Seminoles in their every day life doing everyday things.

Hutchinson continues to paint today in Hawaii and returns to his native state to paint landscape!His work is highly sought after as it reminds the art enthusiast of how Florida was portrayed before mass urbanization!



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