(1836 - 1918)
David Maitland Armstrong was active/lived in New York. David Armstrong is known for genre, sea-landscape, stained glass.
Biography David Armstrong
Known primarily for his stained glass work, David Armstrong was also a painter whose main studio was in New York City. He trained as a lawyer, and in 1862 was admitted to the bar but soon changed from that career to the profession of art.
From 1869 to 1872, he was American Consulat at Rome, and in 1878 was director of the American section of the Art Department at the Paris Expo for which he received the Legion of Honor.
Groce & Wallace, Dictionary of Artists in America
Peter Hastings Falk (Editor), Who Was Who in American Art
David Maitland Armstrong is in the following collections in Rhode Island:
Grace Episcopal Church, Providence:
1. The side window depicting St. John Ins
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