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|Maurice Stewart Hague|
Born Richmond, Ohio, May 12, 1862
Married Edith McGrew, February 4, 1922
Died Columbus, Ohio, February 3, 1943
Columbus Nature School of Painters with Edward Parker Hayden
Three years medical school
1900-1901 Columbus Public Schools
1862-ca. 1899 Richmond
Ca. 1899-1943 Columbus
American artists Professional League, Kit Kat Club (charter member and
president); Mason (32nd Degree); Ohio Archaeological Society; Ohio
Board of Motion Picture Censors (chairman); Paint and Clay Club,
Columbus; Society for Sanity in Art Work; Society of Friends; Society
of Independent Artists, Chicago and New York
Walter L. Lillie Gallery, Columbus, 1909
Hague Studio. Columbus, 1910
Columbus Art League, 1932
Art Gallery of the Great Southern Hotel, Columbus, 1943
Paint and Clay Club, Columbus, 1899
Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, 1907, 1923, 1931, 1938
Toledo Museum of Art, 1912
Ohio Painters Exhibition, Columbus, 1915
Society of Independent Artists, New York, 1917, 1927-1931
Columbus Art League, 1919-1920, 1938, 1940-1942
Ohio State Fair, 1930
1920 First Prize, Columbus Art League
“Maurice S. Hague to Show Product of Skilled Brush.” Columbus Dispatch, April 10, 1910.
Mohr, Richard A. “Hague Works Exhibited.” Columbus Dispatch, June 13, 1943.
Schaer, C. “Appreciation of Mr. Hague.” Ohio State Journal, clipping, Keny Galleries Archives, Columbus, Ohio.
T.E.J. “Maurice Hague’s Pictures Pleasing.” Columbus Dispatch, March 14, 1909.
Submitted September 2006 by Edward Bentley, art collector and researcher from Lansing, Michigan.
This biographical information was taken from the exhibition catalogue Triumph of Color and Light, Ohio Impressionists and Post-Impressionists,” James M. Keny , author, held at the Columbus Museum of Art in Association with Keny Galleries in 1994.
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