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 Tracy Hoppin  (1871 - 1958)

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Lived/Active: Pennsylvania      Known for: landscape, portrait, marine

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following, submitted April 2005 by Raymond Penn, was taken from the Philadelphia Century Club Memorial for Tracy Hoppin after his death.

'Tracy Hoppin was brought up in Providence and graduated from Harvard in 1893. As an undergraduate he was the college tennis champion. After a year at Harvard Law School he dropped out and went abroad in order to attend to some family business. He was then taken very ill and, being incapacitated for a long time, he began to cultivate an interest and talent for painting. On his full recovery he studied with great intensity, first at the Artist Students League in New York and then at the Beaux Arts.

He did some portraits but his main interest was in landscapes. His works were in the tradition of the French Impressionist School, after the manner of Monet and Manet, and his interpretations emphasised outdoor colour and light.

What he was is perhaps more important than any particular thing that he did. He travelled all over the world and his understanding of people was broad and tolerant. He was very kind to other painters and gave generously of his time and effort to get them started. His influence on those around him was profound and lasting - this being the really big contribution that he made to the world.

He was a member of the Century Club for 45 years. He passed away in January

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