(1816 - 1888)
Richard William Hubbard was active/lived in New York, Connecticut / Europe. Richard Hubbard is known for landscape, portrait and hunting genre painting.
Richard William Hubbard was one of a few painters of his generation
with a college degree. A native of Connecticut, he was a member
of the Yale University class of 1837 before going to New York, where he
studied painting with Samuel F. B. Morse and possibly Daniel
Huntington. While he also studied abroad during 1840 and 1841, he
seems not to have ever exhibited a painting of a specifically European
subject. He did, however, acknowledge a profound life-long
admiration for Claude Lorrain.
Hubbard exhibited for over
forty years at the National Academy of Design*, where he was elected an
Associate in 1851 and an Academician in 1858. He also exhibited
at the Brooklyn Art Association* on a regular basis f ... Displaying 750 of 3421 characters.