(1834 - 1888)
Thomas Harris Robinson was active/lived in Rhode Island, Nova Scotia / Canada. Thomas Robinson is known for animal, landscape, genre, portrait.
Biography Thomas Robinson
Thomas Harris Robinson, born in Nova Scotia on August 23, 1834, was noted for paintings of horses and dogs, landscape, and genre paintings. He apprenticed to Philip Allen to learn calico designing. He studied at Cummins Art School, N.Y. He spent three years in London, Paris, Rome and Venice studying the masters and studied with Courbet and A. Bonheur while in Paris. He made return trips back to Europe over the years. He purchased farm in Algiers, 1878. He was a member of the Providence Art Club.
His work is located at:
Brown University--Gardner House:
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1. Oil painting on board [untitled]--harbor scene, Honfleur (acc.# HP 00944)
Providence Art Club:
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