(1869 - 1936)
Wilson Henry Irvine was active/lived in Connecticut, Illinois. Wilson Irvine is known for landscape-harbor, genre and still life painting.
Biography Wilson Irvine
Born in Byron, Illinois, Wilson Irvine became an Impressionist
landscape painter, who exhibited for many years at the Art Institute of
Chicago and then became a part of the Art Colony at Old Lyme,
Connecticut. He also did monotypes called aqua prints that were
abstract in style compared to his other paintings.
He enrolled in an art school run by Liberty Walkup, inventor of the
airbrush. In 1893, he was employed by the Chicago Portrait Company and
took classes at the Art Institute of Chicago between 1895 and 1903. By
1900, he began exhibiting at the Institute and also was close to the
Hoosier Group, Indiana Impressionist artists.
He spent the summer of 1914 in Connecticut and became associat
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