Frederick W Hutchison

Frederick W. Hutchison

Baie St Paul
Oil on canvas, ca. 1930
16 x 29 in


Frederick W Hutchison was born in Montreal, Quebec in 1871. He studied at the Art Association School of Montreal under William Brymner at the Chase School in New York City under William Chase, and in Paris at the Julian Academy under Jean-Paul Laurens and Benjamin Constant. In 1905, he moved to New York City where he taught at the College of the City of New York, first as a tutor for the department of art, in 1906, then as an instructor of art in 1908. By 1920 he was Art Supervisor of the Townsend Harris Hall School where he remained until his retirement, in 1939.

Theses by Stephanie A.Thomas on the artist available at:
Watson Art Galleries, Montreal

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