(1834 - 1919)
Darius Cobb was active/lived in Massachusetts. Darius Cobb is known for portrait, still life, landscape views, ships painting.
Biography Darius Cobb
Cobb, Darius (1834-1919)
A painter and writer, died at his home in Newton Upper Falls, Mass., April 23, 1919. He was born in Maiden, Massachusetts, August 6, 1834, and was a twin brother of the late sculptor, Cyrus Cobb.
He was a pupil of E. M. Judkins and George Inness. He served throughout the Civil War with the 44th Massachusetts Volunteeers. He was at one time art critic of The Boston Traveler, and was a lecturer on art.
His work includes Washington on Dorchester Heights, in the National D.A.R. Building in Washington; Portraits in the capitols of New Hampshire and Massachusetts; nine decorative paintings of French History, Hotel Tuileries, Boston. His best known wo
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