(1820 - 1884)
DeWitt Clinton Boutelle was active/lived in New York, Pennsylvania. DeWitt Boutelle is known for landscape, portrait, and coastal view painting.
Biography DeWitt Boutelle
Born in Troy, New York, DeWitt Clinton Boutelle, was an itinerant
atist, likely named for New York Governor De Witt Clinton (1769-1828),
a man honored with many namesakes because of his crucial role in the
1825 completion of the Erie Canal. Boutelle was painting both
portraits and landscapes in New York City as early as 1846 and at that
time, was also exhibiting at the National Academy of Design.
For the next thirteen years, he worked and traveled in the vicinities
of New York City and Philadelphia and also was in New Hampshire in the White Mountains.
Influenced by Thomas Cole and
Asher Durand, during this period, he painted in the Hudson
River Valley, where his subjects included Niagara Falls and the
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