(1897 - 1980)
Carl William Peters was active/lived in New York. Carl Peters is known for landscape, marine-genre, figure and mural painting.
From Rochester, New York, Carl Peters became an American Scene painter and regionalist. During his growing years where he was raised on a farm in Fairport, a Rochester suburb, he was exposed to a variety of artistic movements including the Hudson River School painters, tonalist tradition, Ashcan School, American impressionism, and early modernism.
At the age of sixteen, he declared himself an artist and reportedly painted every day for the rest of his life. After attending art school in Rochester, he enrolled in the Art Students League in New York City and spent several summers in Woodstock, New York, studying with Charles Rosen and John F. Carlson, the latter being his most influential teacher.
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