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 Robert Henry Logan  (1875 - 1942)

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Lived/Active: Massachusetts      Known for: genre, coastal view, portrait

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Robert Henry Logan
from Auction House Records.
Moroccan Scene with Dwarf
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Biography from Roger King Fine Art, H - P:
Robert Henry Logan was born in Waltham, Massachusetts on June 24, 1874. He attended the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and studied with Frank Benson and Edmund Tarbell, who introduced him to a conservative American version of French Impressionism. In 1892 he received the school's top drawing prize. In 1895 he left for France to study at the Academie Julian, where he was guided by Louis Joseph, Raphael Collin, Jean Paul Laurens, and Benjamin Constant. In Paris he also studied with Robert Henri and associated with many other American artists including William Glackens. Through Henri, Logan met the artist James Willam Morrice and during the first decade of the twentieth century the two men traveled and painted throughout Europe. Logan exhibited at the Salon of the Societe des Artistes Francais and in 1905 was awarded the Prix de Rome.

In spite of his growing success he returned to Waltham in 1912. He established a studio there and another in Rockport, Massachusetts, where he continued to paint for the next ten years. After his marriage in 1920 he virtually gave up painting, though he continued to teach selected students,and turned his attention to woodworking and ironwork. After his death in 1942, his works remained secluded in the home of his son until 1960. In the late 1970s they were sold; subsequently his work was featured in several gallery and museum exhibitions. Logan was one of the few American artists to be honored by both the French and Spanish Academies of Art. c Roger King Fine Art

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