Harry Van der Weyden
(1868 - 1952)
Harry Van der Weyden was active/lived in Massachusetts / France. Harry Van der Weyden is known for portrait, sea-landscape and genre painting.
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Largely associated with the turn-of-the-century artistic life of Paris and London, Harry Van der Weyden, although born in Boston (8 September 1868), was not a product of the Boston School. Instead, he won a scholarship to study in the Slade School in London when he was nineteen. Perhaps the painter was distantly related to the Flemish Old Master Rogier van der Weyden.
At any rate, he spent the 1890-91 school year at the Académie Julian in Paris under Jean-Paul Laurens, Benjamin Constant, and Jules-Joseph Lefebvre. Then at the 1891 Salon he exhibited two landscapes. That year he was also at Etaples. Recent research on the painter by Jean-Claude Lesage (2007) reveals that Van der Weyden associ
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