Robert Van Boskerck
(1855 - 1932)
Robert Ward Van Boskerck was active/lived in New York, New Jersey. Robert Van Boskerck is known for landscape, coastal-meadows view.
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Biography Robert Van Boskerck
Robert Ward Van Boskerck, 1855-1932, was an Impressionist landscapist. He was elected to the National Academy of Design, New York City, as an Associate in 1897, and an Academician in 1907. He exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, and other major museums.
His family (father Lucas Van Boskerck) lived in Bergen County, New Jersey from the 1860's to 1915 on the river at River Road and Anderson Street. The painter's ancestors probably emigrated from Denmark or Holland in the early 18th century to Hoboken where they reportedly maintained ownership of several ferry lines to Manhattan.
Work by this artist is New York City in the Union League, Lotus Club, and Fencers Club, and the Layton Art Gallery in Milwaukee.<
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