(1853 - 1932)
Will Hicok Low was active/lived in New York. Will Low is known for mural, illustrator, figure, allegory.
Will Hicok Low, born in Albany, New York, in 1853, was a leading muralist and figurative painter who explored both Barbizon landscape and a colorful Victorian style. He studied with academic painter Jean-Leon Gerome from 1872-1877, in Paris, France. He was the second husband of artist Mary MacMonnies Low, and a friend of writer Robert Louis Stevenson. He was a member of the National Academy of Design, New York City, elected an Associate in 1888, and an Academician in 1890. He exhibited at the National Academy for 60 years.
In March 1901, Will Low wrote an article for International Quarterly, "National Expression in American Art," in which, defending the achievements of American painters of the day versus the Europeans, he soug ... Displaying 750 of 2050 characters.