Robert Fulton Logan
(1889 - 1959)
Robert Fulton Logan was active/lived in Connecticut, Massachusetts / France. Robert Logan is known for landscape, figure, etcher.
Biography Robert Fulton Logan
Logan, Robert Fulton (1889-1959)
Born in Manitoba, Robert Fulton Logan received his first art lessons in Winnipeg under Frank Armington. At the age of sixteen he enrolled at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, studying painting under Edmund Tarbell and etching under Frank Benson. He then completed his artistic education at the Chicago Art Institute.
Logan first journeyed to France during the First World War as an officer in the American navy. After the war, Robert Logan accepted the position of director at the Bellevue Art Training Center, in Paris, and also taught classes at the Louvre. He remained in Paris for almost twenty years.
On his return to the United States in 1934, Logan accepted the pos
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