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 David Broderick Walcutt  (1825 - 1885)

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Lived/Active: Ohio      Known for: portrait and landscape painting, draftsmanship, engraving

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
David Broderick Walcutt made his living as a painter, draftsman, and engraver.  After a few years in Cincinnati, he gravitated to Paris, where, in 1855, he became the first Ohioan ever to have a painting hung in the Salon.  (It is known today as Hocking Valley Picnic and is in the Ohio Historical Society's collection.)  Back in Columbus, he and another brother, Charles, opened a "museum" of waxworks, taxidermy specimens, and oil paintings.

Submitted June 2007 by Edward Bentley, Art Researcher from Lansing, Michigan

Biography courtesy of Mary S. Haverstock.  Published in Timeline, by the Ohio Historical Society, March - June  2003.

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