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Thomas LeClear

 (1818 - 1882)
Thomas LeClear was active/lived in New York, New Jersey.  Thomas LeClear is known for portrait, genre, marine and interior scene painting.

Biography   Thomas LeClear


Born in Oswego, New York, Thomas LeClear was a genre and portrait painter who had studios in New York City and in Buffalo, New York. Considered one of the major artists of Buffalo's first golden age in the mid 1800s, LeClear is nationally recognized for his portraits of children.

LeClear was mainly self-taught, but did receive some training in New York City. He began his career in Buffalo, London, and Canada, first painting portraits in Oswego, New York, in 1844, and then in New York City from 1845 until 1847. He settled in Buffalo, where he received a commission to paint decorative panels for a steamboat, and soon found himself part of the artistic nucleus that was forming in that city. Like so many other painters in the country at   ...  Displaying 750 of 6352 characters.

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