(1877 - 1962)
Wallace Weir Fahnestock was active/lived in Vermont, Massachusetts. Wallace Fahnestock is known for landscape painting.
Born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Wallace Fahnestock became a landscape
painter primarily in the East where his primary studio and home was in
Dorset, Vermont on Lower Hollow Road. He was a founding member of
the Southern Vermont Arts Center, and many of his paintings depicted
rural scenes of his region.
He made an occasional trip to the western United States. In New
York as a young man, he was a student in New York City of William
Merritt Chase, Frank DuMond, and Arthur Dow. Later he was elected
to membership of the Salmagundi Club, which held exhibitions for its
He also painted in Boston, and he traveled West and painted Southwest landscapes including the Grand Canyon and Indian figures.
Breckinridge, Mrs. (Essay), First National Exhibition, 1936
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