Bryson (Henry Bryson) Burroughs
(1869 - 1934)
Bryson (Henry Bryson) Burroughs was active/lived in New York, Massachusetts. Bryson Burroughs is known for genre, idyllic figure, and marine painting, drawing.
Bryson Burroughs was born in 1869 in the Boston suburb of Hyde Park. While still young, he moved to Cincinnati, Ohio where he later took art classes at the Cincinnati Museum. In 1889, Burroughs moved to New York City and enrolled in the Art Students League where he studied under Kenyon Cox and H. Siddons Mowbray. After receiving a Chanler Scholarship in 1890, the artist spent the next five years in Europe where he studied at the Academie Julian and traveled extensively through France, England and Italy.
While in Paris, Burroughs was greatly influenced by the artist Puvis de Chavannes, renowned for his murals in the Boston Public Library. There is a tremendous similarity between the works of these two ar ... Displaying 750 of 2313 characters.