(1894 - 1972)
Harold Weston was active/lived in Virginia, New York. Harold Weston is known for modernist landscape, figure.
Biography Harold Weston
Harold Weston was a painter, etcher and muralist who chose to work away from other painters to explore his own self expressions and paint "hymns to the endless glory of God."
Harold Weston briefly attended the Art Students League in New York before choosing to live a solitary life in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York. There he combined his love of nature with his artistic expression. In 1923 Harold Weston married Faith Borton, and the couple made their home in the Adirondacks.
In the late 1920s Weston spent four years in France, but again returned to the Adirondack Mountains where his art matured and showed the influence of the Depression on the artist.
In 1936 Weston earned a Treasury Art Project commission
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