(1862 - 1919)
Robertson Kirtland Mygatt was active/lived in New York, Connecticut. Robertson Mygatt is known for small-scale landscape, townscape.
Biography Robertson Mygatt
Born in New York City on October 12, 1862, Robertson Mygatt attended the Art Students' League in New York where he was taught by John Henry Twachtman (1853-1902). It was during his student years that Mygatt began to make etchings, which he first exhibited at the New York Etching Club in 1889. By 1893 he had joined the Salmagundi Club in New York where many prominent American painters of the period were members. During this period he was profoundly influenced by the leading Tonalist landscape painters around him and had become amply well known.
Mygatt exhibited a pastel, "St. Mark's Basin, Venice", at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1895, an indication that he had recently visited Italy. He exhibited for the first
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