(1870 - 1944)
Harry Mills Walcott was active/lived in New Jersey, California, Connecticut. Harry Walcott is known for genre-child, portrait, landscape, teacher.
Biography Harry Walcott
Henry Mills Walcott (1870-1944) was a realist painter of figures and landscapes influenced by Impressionism, but retaining a somewhat sharper contour of form more reminiscent of Manet than Renoir and Monet. Walcott was interested in what might be termed a story-telling, illustrative realismthe semi-photographic look of the figure, primarily young women and girls, more than a painterly vision.
He was credited with being skillful with the depiction of multiple figures, both in drawing and arrangement. He was a member of the Society of American Artists, and became an Associate of the National Academy of Design in 1903.
In his painting, "Schools' Out," oil, 23 x 35, the artist shows a close-up view of a group of mainly young girls
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