(1799 - 1883)
Benjamin Hutchins Coe was active/lived in Connecticut. Benjamin Coe is known for landscape.
Biography Benjamin Coe
Landscape artist Benjamin Hutchins Coe taught drawing in New York City and other surrounding cities for many years. He was Frederic Edwin Church's first teacher, and he also taught E.S. Bartholomew, and Charles Herbert Moore.
In 1854 Benjamin Coe settled permanently in New Haven and eventually dedicated himself to the temperance movement and gave up painting around 1864. He published a number of popular drawing books: Easy Lessons in Landscape Drawing (Hartford, 1840); A New Drawing Book of American Scenery (N.Y., 1845); Drawing Book of Trees (New Haven, 1841), and others.
Groce & Wallace "The New York Historical Society's Dictionary of Artists in America"
Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"