(1817 - 1873)
James Bogle was active/lived in New York, South Carolina. James Bogle is known for notable portrait, figure and historical painting.
Biography James Bogle
Living in Charleston and New York City, James Bogle spent his early career in South Carolina, where he worked with his brother, Robert Bogle on large, historical paintings. In 1843, he lived briefly in Baltimore and then was in New York City where he worked as a portrait painter. "His career as a portraitist was successful though undistinguished." (54) Among his portrait sitters were poltical figures John C. Calhoun, Henry Clay, and Daniel Webster, and artists Thomas Cole and Daniel Huntington.
Between 1845 and 1862, he exhibited regularly in New York City at the Natonal Academy of Design, where he was made a full member in 1861.
During the Civil War, he returned to the South, but in 1868, resumed living in New Yo
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