(1822 - 1892)
Charles Louis Heyde was active/lived in Vermont. Charles Heyde is known for landscape.
Biography Charles Heyde
The following information at the suggestion of E. Thomas Pierce is from the artist's website: http://www.charleslouisheyde.com. Pierce and Eleazer D. Durfee wrote the catalogue raisonne for the major retrospective of Heyde's work at the Robert Hull Fleming Museum in Burlington, Vermont, in January-June 2001:
A prominent New England landscape painter, Charles Heyde lived in Vermont from the early 1850s until 1892, and became one of that state's most prominent late 19th-century landscape painters. In 1863, he was commissioned by the State of Vermont to paint the Vermont Coat of Arms.
On an August evening in 1852, the young artist Charles Louis Heyde and his wife, Hannah, sister of poet Walt Whitman, stepped down from the train a
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