Alfred Vance Churchill
(1864 - 1949)
Alfred Vance Churchill was active/lived in Massachusetts, New York. Alfred Churchill is known for landscape, marine and coastal scene painting, teaching.
Alfred Churchill was a very influential artist and teacher at the turn of the 19th to 20th centuries and at the vanguard of early American Impressionism.
He was born in Northampton, Massachusetts in 1864 and died in 1949. He was the son of noted Oberlin College professor of mathematics and philosophy, Charles Henry Churchill. He studied in Berlin, Leipzig, and Paris from 1887-1890, and received a Masters of Arts from Oberlin in 1898. He studied again in Paris from 1904-1906 on a grant from Columbia University and attended the Academie Julien under Jules Lefebvre.
He was a member of the North Shore Art Association in Gloucester, Massachusetts, and passed through Rockport at the time when George Bellows, Edward Potthast, Child ... Displaying 750 of 1694 characters.