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 Birge (Lovell Birge) Harrison  (1854 - 1929)

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Lived/Active: New York/Massachusetts/California      Known for: tonalist landscape, snowscene and Indian pueblo painting

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QUICK FACTS AND KEYWORDS for Birge Harrison
Birth/Death Lived/Active Often Known For
- 1854 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
- 1929 (Woodstock, New York)
New York/Massachusetts/California tonalist landscape, snowscene and Indian pueblo painting
Methods
* Easel Painting
* Illustration, Illustrator
* Plein Aire Painting
* Sketch, Sketching

  
Media
* Oil Paint
* Pastel Painting
* Watercolor/Watercolour

  
Styles
* Impressionism Before 1940
* Realist, Realism, Representational, Naturalist
* Tonalist, Tonalism

  
Subjects
* Architecture, Buildings, Houses, Structures, Linearity
* Atmospherics
* Cityscape, City Views, City Scenes
* Figure, Figurative, Human Figure
* Genre, Human Activity
* Indian Figure Prior to 1940
* Indians, Native Americans
* Landscape
* Marine, Maritime, Nautical, Boats
* National Parks and/or State Parks
* New York City
* Nocturne
* Seascape
* Snowscene, Winterscape
* Townscape, Village Scene

  
Geography/Places Lived and/or Worked
* Arizona Before 1945
* Asia, Orient
* Australia and/or New Zealand
* California Before 1940
* Catskill Mountains, New York
* Charleston, South Carolina Pre 1940
* Europe
* Giverny, France
* Grand Canyon, Arizona
* India and/or Burma
* New Hope, Pennslvania/Lambertville New Jersey
* New Mexico Before 1940
* Paris Studied and/or Worked Before 1900
* Southern California Before 1900
* Woodstock, New York

  
Art Association
* National Academy of Design, Elected Member
* National Arts Club, New York
* New York Water Color Club, Society-
* Philadelphia Sketch Club
* Salmagundi Club, New York City
* Society of American Artists
* Society of Independent Artists-
* Woodstock Art Association

  
Teacher
* Alexandre Cabanel
* Charles Carolus-Duran

  
Schools
* Art Students League of New York, Student
* Art Students League of New York, Teacher
* Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, Student
* The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Student

  
Chronology
* Early 20th Century Before 1950
* Late 19th Century, After Civil War

  
Some Collections
* Chicago Union League Club
* Pfeil Collection-Impressionists
* The Marshall Collection

  
Added Description
* Art Educator: School Teaching, Public Lectures, Workshops
* Arts and Crafts Movement, Late 19th/Early 20th Centuries
* Charleston Renaissance Artist
* Indian, Native American Subject Specialty
* Landscape Specialty
* Nocturne Specialty
* SCRIBNER'S Magazine Illustrator and/or Photographer
* Snowscene Specialty

  
Artist Colony
* Byrdcliffe Arts Colony
* Cos Cob Colony
* Grez-sur-Loing
* Woodstock Art Colony

  
Exhibition/Expo: Regional/National/International
* AskART Panama Pacific Expo
* Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1889
* Louisiana Purchase Expo, St. Louis World's Fair 1904
* Panama Pacific Exhibition of 1915
* World's Columbian Exposition, 1892-1893

  
Exhibition of Art Association
* Boston Art Club-
* National Academy of Design-
* Philadelphia Sketch Club-
* Society of Independent Artists--
* Society of Washington Artists, DC

  
Exhibition of Museum
* Art Institute of Chicago
* Corcoran Gallery, Washington DC
* The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

  
Exhibition of Art Gallery and/or Salon
* Paris Salons

  
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THE LOCK IN WINTER
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