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 Harry Spiers  (1869 - 1947)

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Lived/Active: Massachusetts/Ontario      Known for: landscape, portrait and marine painting

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Harry Spiers
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Lot of Four Landscapes, including October, September Pastures, and Hemlock and Birches
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Harry Spiers, born in Selsea (Sussex, UK) on 15 October 1869, painted watercolor landscapes of New England and Ontario.  He was trained at the Académie Julian under Henri-Lucien Doucet and Alfred-Henri Bramtot (1852-1894). 

Harry Spiers became a member of the Boston Society of Water Color Painters and the Ontario Society of Artists, and he exhibited at the Royal Canadian Academy and a watercolor called Solitude at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1917, when he gave an address at Islington, Massachusetts.  Later in 1938, he was living in Dedham, Massachusetts, which suggests that he settled in the Boston area. 

Two solo shows are known: one at the galleries of Leonard and Company in Boston (December 1918) and another two years later in New York’s Babcock Art Galleries.  The Bridge (Private collection) evokes Barbizon School paintings, at first glance, but it contains broken brushwork in the distance.

Spiers passed away in 1947.

Submitted by Michael Preston Worley, Ph.D.


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