(1837 - 1889)
Frederick Stone Batcheller was active/lived in Rhode Island. Frederick Batcheller is known for still-life, landscape, sculptor-portrait.
Biography Frederick Batcheller
A painter of still lifes, landscape, and portraits, and a sculptor of portrait busts who carved in marble, Frederick Batcheller was from Providence, Rhode Island. He apprenticed with the Tingley Brothers who were marble carvers and began his career with that medium, but from 1855 focused on oil painting and became especially noted for fruit still life.
One of his peers, George Whitaker, called him the "Romantic" because of Batcheller's habit of locking himself in his studio and playing haunting tunes on his violin.
Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"
Frederick Stone Batcheller is in the following collections in Rhode Island:
Brown University--Gardner House:
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