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 Robert Hamilton  (1877 - 1954)

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Lived/Active: New York      Known for: portrait, landscape, genre, mural

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Irish-American, Robert Hamilton (1877-1954) was born in County Down, Ireland. The artist studied in London and Paris. He was both a painter and a teacher, member of the Solma Club and Kit Kat Club. His works include a mural in Public School 43 in the Bronx, New York City. Hamilton lived in New York City and had a summer studio at Lanesboro, Massachusetts.

Information submitted as a bulletin by Robert S. Blasi
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Robert Hamilton had a summer place in the Berkshires with the spelling of Lanesboro. He also retired there with his wife. After he died, his widow did not have much money, and was known to use some of the canvasses as firewood. Kindly neighbors offered to sell some of the paintings to help her. Only a few were sold when she also died.

Courtesy Sue Root, whose source is Gollan Root, an owner of two of Hamilton's oil paintings, and a friend of the family that were neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton in Lanesboro, the Berkshires, Massachusetts.

"My two paintings are Berkshire scenes, one entitled "October" and the other "Old Road in Winter." They are both signed and on the backs are numbers and prices that must have been what the artist originally was asking."

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