(1870 - 1941)
Walter Cole Brigham was active/lived in New York, Maryland. Walter Brigham is known for landscape, marine and floral painting, mosaics.
Biography Walter Brigham
Walter Cole Brigham was born in 1870. His family lived in Baltimore, Maryland, and summered on Shelter Island, on the East End of Long Island, New York. Brigham attended Johns Hopkins University, and studied painting at the Maryland Institute of Art & Design, and under Andre Castaigne. Between 1894 and 1898, he studied at the Art Students League with William Merritt Chase, Sindons Mowbray, Kenyon Cox and Douglas Volk.
In 1898, he embarked for Italy to pursue his artistic interests and budding career as a painter. In 1899, the Brigham family relocated permanently to Shelter Island, and became owner-operators of the Greenport Basin and Construction Company, now known as the Greenport Shipyard, on Long Island's North Fork. Displaying 750 of 5383 characters.