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 John H. Weygandt  (1869 - 1951)

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Lived/Active: Pennsylvania/Tennessee      Known for: landscape painting

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Biography from Jim's Of Lambertville:
John H. Weygandt was an impressionist landscape painter who lived in New Hope from 1926 until 1951. He was born in Slatington, Pennsylvania, and received his formal art training at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts with Thomas Eakins, Robert Vonnoh, Thomas Anshutz and William Merritt Chase. He then traveled to Paris for two years of studies at the Atelier Colarossi with Andre Dauchez, Lucien Simon and Jacques Blanche.

A gifted artist, Weygandt's paintings are distinct as he used a series of small broken brush strokes throughout his entire compositions. He lived along the towpath on the outskirts of New Hope, a short distance from the home of his friend Robert Spencer. There are definite similarities between the two artists' work and it is likely that one influenced the other, but it is unclear which.

Before turning to teaching, Weygandt was on the illustration staff of the Philadelphia Public Ledger for eight years. After the First World War, he headed the Art Department at Brenan College in Gainesville, Georgia, and later headed the Art Department at Bob Jones University in Tennessee. Weygandt won First Prize for Oils at the Intrastate Competition in Atlanta and was a frequent exhibitor with the Phillips Mill Art Association near New Hope. Weygandt was not a prolific painter therefore his paintings are relatively scarce and appear to be consistently high in quality.

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