(1850 - 1937)
Henry Grinnell Thomson was active/lived in New York, Connecticut. Henry Thomson is known for still life, interior, landscape.
Biography Henry Thomson
Henry Grinnell Thomson was a private student of the preeminent artist of the day, William Merritt Chase, and he also exhibited at the National Academy of Design while he was not a full-time artist. At the age of 35, Thomson moved to Wilton, Connecticut where he became active in the Silvermine Guild of Artists and became a professional artist.
Thomson was a regular exhibitor at the National Academy of Design from 1881 until 1897 and later at the Society of Independent Artists from 1917 until his death in 1937.
In "Early Twilight-Firelight" the influence of fellow Connecticut artists J. Alden Weir and Willard Metcalf is evident, especially in the use of the broken brush stroke and color. It is a rare figural work by the artist a
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