(1867 - 1935)
William de Leftwich Dodge was active/lived in New York. William Dodge is known for marine, figure, landscape, narrative, portrait and mural paintings.
Biography William Dodge
Born in Liberty, Virginia, William Dodge was a painter and muralist, whose mural work is in the domed ceiling of the Library of Congress, the Majestic Theatre in Boston and the Orpheum Theatre in Philadelphia. His paintings are in the State Capitol of New York at Albany; City Hall at Buffalo, New York; and in New York City at the Algonquin Hotel and the Surrogate Court.
Dodge moved to Europe with his mother, brother and sister in 1880 and first studied in Munich and in 1881, settled in Paris where he attended the Academie Colarossi and the Ecole des Beaux Arts. He exhibited historical and literary subjects at the Paris salons. In 1889, he returned from Paris to New York City and developed his unique style of Impres
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