(1899/1890 - 1972)
Hobson Lafayette Pittman was active/lived in Pennsylvania, North Carolina. Hobson Pittman is known for still-life florals, interiors, landscape painting.
Hobson Pittman was born near Epworth, North Carolina. (There is conflicting information about his birth year, as Who's Who 1947 cites 1899 while Who's Who 1966 cites 1900). In 1906, his family moved to Tarboro, where he studied art from 1912 to 1916 at the Rouse Art School. In 1918, he moved to Pennsylvania to continue his studies at Pennsylvania State College and Carnegie Institute. He later studied at Woodstock, New York, and in Europe in 1928. He exhibited extensively, including the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, D.C., the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. He was a renowned teacher at various in ... Displaying 750 of 6856 characters.