(1828 - 1903)
Albert Leighton Rawson was active/lived in New York, Vermont, New Jersey / England. Albert Rawson is known for landscape and portrait painting, engraving, illustration, watercolor.
Biography Albert Rawson
Albert Leighton Rawson, author, engraver*, student of law, theology and art, and extensive traveler, was born at Chester, Vermont on October 15, 1828. In 1858, he lived at Weedsport, New York, and from 1867 to 1871, he was a resident of New York City, where in 1866, he was one of the founders of The American Society of Painters in Watercolor*. He exhibited at the National Academy of Design*, 1858 to 1879 and with the Brooklyn Art Association* from 1866 to 1878.
In 1903 he resided at Hillsdale Manor, New Jersey.
Albert Rawson was the son of Adolphus and Betsey (Armington) Rawson; grandson of Samuel Read and Philanda (Cleavland) Rawson, and a descendant of Edward and Rachel (Perne) Rawson.
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