Albion Harris Bicknell
(1837 - 1915)
Albion Harris Bicknell was active/lived in Massachusetts, Maine. Albion Bicknell is known for portrait, historical scene, cattle in landscape and still life painting.
Biography Albion Harris Bicknell
Albion Harris Bicknell was born in Turner, Maine, and as a young boy his family settled near Boston. His studies appear to have begun at the Lowell Institute in Boston about 1855.
Bicknell was a member of the artistic fraternity of the Boston area that included William Morris Hunt, Elihu Vedder, Joseph Foxcroft Cole and John La Farge, all of whom were his close friends. Bicknell painted landscapes, still lifes, portraits, and history subjects and was also an etcher.
He painted some of the nation' most distinguished citizens, including Senators Edward Everett and Charles Sumner, Justice Salmon P. Chase, and Anson Burlingame.
In 1860 Bicknell exhibited for the first time at the Boston Athenaeum. That same year Bicknell w
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