(1800 - 1842)
Charles Codman was active/lived in Maine. Charles Codman is known for sea-landscape, genre, still life.
One of the early landscape painters, Charles Codman was born in Portland, Maine and lived there for most of his life. He was a self-taught, successful painter of landscapes and marine scenes, primitive portraits, and signs. It is believed Codman apprenticed with clockmakers, Simon and Aaron Willard of Roxbury and after that sign-painter, John Ritto Penniman of Roxbury and Boston.
In 1828, art critic John Neal touted his work, having seen it on a visit to Portland, and this recognition was a significant boost to Codman's career. He exhibited at the Boston Athenaeum and the National Academy of Design in New York City.
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