(1864 - 1950)
Charles Hovey Pepper was active/lived in Massachusetts, Maine. Charles Pepper is known for landscape, genre, portrait.
Early modernist painter and woodblock printmaker, Charles Hovey Pepper, born in 1864, graduated in 1889 from Colby College, in Waterville, Maine. He later lived and worked in Concord, Massachusetts. His art education took place in New York and in Paris, at the Academie Julian. Pepper became a member of the Boston Art Club in 1912. He was also a member of "The Four Boston Painters," founded in 1913 by Carl Gordon Cutler, which included Maurice Prendergast and E. Ambrose Webster, all Academie Julian graduates. In 1915, Pepper wrote a catalog essay for Webster, a Provincetown painter, who had a one-man show at the Brooks Reed Gallery in Boston.
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