(1844 - 1915)
James William Pattison was active/lived in Illinois, Missouri, Massachusetts, North Carolina / France. James Pattison is known for figure, landscape, animal and marine paintings.
Pattison (1844-1915) might be known to most as an editor and art critic for the Fine Arts Journal, and he is the author of Painters since Leonardo (1904). Others may know the dashing portrait of Pattison by Louis Betts, painted in 1909 (Union League Club of Chicago). Earlier, Pattison illustrated for Harper's Weekly then concentrated on painting, as a student of James M. Hart and George Inness; he taught at Washington University (1869-1873), where William Merritt Chase was one of his students. His earliest efforts are landscapes in the Hudson River School style; one example is Twin Lakes, Leadville, Colorado (1872; Vose Galleries). Later Pattison studied in Düsseldorf and Paris. W ... Displaying 750 of 4809 characters.