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 Henry S. Talbot  (1836 - 1924)

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Lived/Active: Massachusetts      Known for: coastal view, landscape painting

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BIOGRAPHY for Henry Talbot
1836 (Dedham, Massachusetts)
1924 (Dedham, Massachusetts)


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HENRY SYLVESTER TALBOT, son of Sylvester W. and Margaret (Guild) Talbot, was born in Dedham, Massachusetts, August 15, 1836, and died in Dedham, April 9, 1924.  Talbot attended Dedham Public Schools.  In early life he learned the use of engraving tools and made many wood engravings which he printed himself.  He did some of his engraving work in Boston.   In later years he became a marine painter, for which he became widely known.  In his obituary ( (showing 500 of 954 characters).

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