Professor Lemuel L. Lowell (1837-1914)
Professor Lemuel L. Lowell was a resident of Watertown, New York for 56 years. He was born in Litchfield, Herkimer County, New York on September 18, 1837. He later moved to Frankfort, a suburb of Utica.
When Lowell was only 12 years old, he created his first painting. Having a natural leaning toward painting and the life of an artist, he traveled to New York City to study art. His studies were interrupted by the Civil War, though his service was brief due to a discharge for disability.
In 1865 he opened a studio in the Paddock Arcade, Watertown, New York where he was an instructor of both music and art. He considered his continued study of
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