Franklyn Harold Hayward (1867 - 1945)
Hayward was born in Romeo, Michigan, but grew up in Mount Clemens. He opened his own studio over a Mount Clemens store after graduating from high school in 1884. The label "Artist" was placed confidently over the store. He studied under the Detroit artist, William B. Conely (1830-1911) while he maintained his studio. His studio work proved profitable enough for Hayward to further his studies with John Vanderpoel and Oliver D. Grover at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1889, 1892 and 1893.
Hayward continued painting in Mount Clemens until 1898 when he went abroad and studied with James McNeill Whistler for three years in Paris. He als
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