(early 20th century)
John William Walter was active/lived in Pennsylvania. John Walter is known for landscape, marine, western, and wildlife painting.
Biography John Walter
John William Walter, active 1880's to 1921, was a Pennsylvania artist and a member of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh. He may have been a founding member since he exhibited at the first annual in 1910 and thereafter each year until 1916.
Each year he would exhibit one or two British pictures; Coventry, Scotland, Cambridge, etc. In 1914 he submitted "West Point on the Hudson" to the Carnegie Institute.
It is interesting that while he exhibited British watercolors in the United States, watercolors of the the Western United States from the 1880's, including Lake Chelan in Washington Territory, have turned up in England.