Almon (Almond) Baldwin
(1800 - 1870)
Almon (Almond) Baldwin was active/lived in Ohio, Connecticut. Almon Baldwin is known for rural scene, portrait and seascape painting.
Biography Almon (Almond) Baldwin
Almon(d) Baldwin, a landscape and marine painter, who also did
portraits, was born in Connecticut in 1800, and by 1814 had moved with
his family to Cincinnati. Baldwin started out as a house painter,
became a sign painter, then an artist, and finally a curator of the
Western Art Union from 1847 to 1849.
Baldwin was primarily a landscape and marine painter, but is also known
to have painted portraits as well. Only two of his landscape
paintings have been located, and one is in the Cincinnati Art Museum.
He was married to Abigail Whittredge, sister of artist Worthington Whittredge, who had stayed with Baldwin in Cincinnati.
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