(1870 - 1957)
DeWitt McClellan Lockman was active/lived in New York, Connecticut. DeWitt Lockman is known for portrait, figure, landscape and history painting.
Biography DeWitt Lockman
The following is from Geoffrey Fleming, Director of the Bridge Hampton Historical Society in Bridgehampton, New York:
DEWITT M. LOCKMAN, N.A. (1870-1957)
Dewitt McClellan Lockman, N.A. (July 30, 1870-July 1, 1957). Landscape, genre, historical, and portrait painter. Born in Brooklyn, the son of Mary Tainter Abbe (1840-1913) and Jacob Kennedy Lockman (1829-1904).
A child prodigy, he began painting at the age of four and was mainly self taught except for a few years in his middle-teens when he studied briefly with James N. Beard, Nathan N. Bickford, and William Sartain, A.N.A. Lockman was the youngest exhibitor ever at the National Academy when he exhibited a black and white drawing there in 1880 at the age of ten. He wa
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