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 Lucius Wolcott Hitchcock  (1868 - 1942)

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Lived/Active: New York/Ohio      Known for: illustrator, genre, figure, marine

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Lucius Wolcott Hitchcock
from Auction House Records.
"Back There in the Grass," Collier's illustration, December 16, 1911
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Illustrator Lucius Hitchcock painted in the academic tradition of the Laurens and Colarossi School of Paris, where he studied with Lefebvre and Constant. His pictures were extremely well painted, and he was especially effective in presenting the social elite. His work appeared in most of the major magazines, including Scribners, Harpers Monthly, and Womans Home Companion.

He was born in West Williamsfield, Ohio, and became one of the early members of the Society of Illustrators; he also joined the Salmagundi Club and the New Rochelle Art Association. His awards were many, including a Silver medal for Illustration in Paris in 1900; a Silver medal for Illustration, and a Bronze for Painting at the St. Louis Exposition in 1904.

(Information on the biography above is based on writings from the book, "The Illustrator in America, 1880-1980," A Century of Illustration, by Walt and Roger Reed.)

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