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 Thomas Lochlan Smith  (1835 - 1884)

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Lived/Active: New York / Scotland      Known for: landscape-snowscene

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Woods in Winter
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Biography from Pierce Galleries, Inc.:
Thomas Lochlan Smith (Scottish-American, 1835-1884)

Thomas Lochlan Smith was born in Glasgow, Scotland and came to America as a young boy destined to be a landscape painter. He resided in Albany, New York by 1859 where he studied with George H. Boughton and moved to New York City three years later (1862 until his death) an astute landscape and figure painter. He was an Associate of the National Academy (1869) and exhibited with the Boston Art Club (1873-1882), the National Academy of Design in NYC (1863-1884) and the Brooklyn Art Association (1864-1883), the PAFA and the Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition (1876). Who Was Who in American Art states (vol. 3, p. 3092) Smith “specialized in winter scenes.”

He was influence by the Hudson River and Barbizon Schools and usually painted charming, luminous genres in nature that give glimpses into the rural life of the mid-1870s.

P.J. Pierce

Biography from Schwarz Gallery:
Thomas Lochlan Smith was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and emigrated to America at an early age. He studied with George H. Boughton in Albany, New York, and had a studio there for several years before moving to New York City. He exhibited frequently at the National Academy of Design, New York City, and was elected an Associate Member of the Academy in 1869. His work was shown at the Boston Athenaeum in 1866 and 1868 and at the Centennial Exhibition of 1876 in Philadelphia. Smith was noted for his winter scenes.

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