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 Wilton Robert Lockwood  (1861 - 1914)

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Lived/Active: Connecticut/Massachusetts / France      Known for: portrait and still life painting, glass design

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Known primarily for portrait painting, Wilton Lockwood, was also a successful painter of floral still life with much attention to decorative pattern. He was born with the name of Robert Wilton Lockwood, which was derived from Wilton, Connecticut, his place of birth. His mother died when he was four years old, and he was raised by relatives in Connecticut. By the early 1880s he was in New York City, working as an assistant glass painter and etcher in the atelier of John La Farge.

In 1886, Lockwood went to Paris, and stayed there for the next ten years. He studied at the Academie Julian under Jean-Joseph Benjamin Constant, and also spent time in Munich with Frank Duveneck. Several times during this period, he returned to the United States to do portraits to finance his continuing time in Europe.

By 1896, he was settled in Boston and spent summers on Cape Cod. He became established as a portrait and still life painter and won awards at exhibitions in Paris, Buffalo and St. Louis in the early 1900s. On Cape Cod at his place at New Orleans, he cultivated lush peonies, which appeared almost exclusively in his still life paintings.

Lockwood became a member of the Society of American Artists.  He was elected as an Associate at the National Academy of Design but did not submit the required self portrait to confirm his election. However, the title of Associate attached to his name when the Academy merged with the Society of American Artists.

Mary Lublin, "Robert Wilton Lockwood," Paintings and Sculptures in the Collection of the National Academy of Design, 1826-1925, p. 361, (David Dearinger, Editor)

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