(1875 - 1915)
William Reuben Clark Wood was active/lived in Rhode Island, Maryland, District Of Columbia. William Wood is known for scenic landscape, marine.
Biography William Wood
A noted scenic landscape painter of the Baltimore, Maryland area, W.R.C. Wood - as he signed his name - was born in Washington, D. C. in 1875. He was a pupil of Samuel E. Whiteman (1860 - 1922), an earlier Baltimore artist.
William Wood regularly spent summers on Prudence Island in Narragansett Bay off Rhode Island. He also was an avid supporter of the arts locally, being a member of numerous organizations: the Charcoal Club, begun in 1885, who held monthly meetings and also maintained an art school; the Baltimore Water Color Club, begun in 1892, of which he was also President for a time; and the Municipal Art Society of Baltimore, begun in 1899, that was "founded by a group of private citizens who desired to improve the public envir
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