Frank Alfred Bicknell
(1866 - 1943)
Frank Alfred Bicknell was active/lived in Connecticut, Maine. Frank Bicknell is known for landscape, marine, genre, sculpture.
A prominent resident of Old Lyme, Connecticut, Frank Bicknell remains a bit of a mystery in that no photograph of him has been located, but he was a popular figure in the Colony. However, his accomplishments as an artist are not highly recognized.
He was born in Augusta, Maine and studied art in Malden, Massachusetts with Albion Bicknell, likely a relative. At the age of 21 (1887), he exhibited at the National Academy of Design and then moved to New York City. By 1893, he was studying in Paris at the Academie Julian with Robert Fleury and William Bouguereau.
Bicknell traveled extensively, from 1894 he visited Bermuda; and from 1890-1903, he spent every spring in Paris and the French countryside (with the exception ... Displaying 750 of 2221 characters.