(1874 - 1949/50)
Norwood Hodge MacGilvary was active/lived in Pennsylvania, New York, California. Norwood MacGilvary is known for landscape, figure, portrait, etching.
From Pittsburgh, Norwood MacGilvary studied at Berkeley (1896-1897) and the Mark Hopkins Institute (1897-1898) in the Bay Area of California before moving east in 1906. He also studied in England with Myron Barlow, and in Paris where he exhibited at the Paris Salon. In addition he exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Boston Art Club, Pennsylvania Academy, and the Pittsburgh Art Association.
During the 1915 Pan-American Exposition in San Francisco, he was in that area for an extended period of time.
From 1921 to 1943, he was a teacher at the Carnegie Institute. In addition to painting realistic New England landscapes, he did surrealistic paintings, which gave him a reputation as an artist-philosopher.
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