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Russell Smith  American  1812 -1896
Born: Glasgow,  Scotland 
Died: Glenside, Pennsylvania, United States 
Addresses:  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States 1822-1835 
 Philadelphia and area, Pennsylvania, United States 1835-1896 
Instructors: James Reid Lambdin Pittsburgh, PA, c. 1828-1830
Exhibited: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 1834, 1847-1889
Artists' Fund Society, Philadelphia 1835-1845
Boston Athenaeum 1842, 1852
Apollo Association 1838-1840
American Art Union 1838-1840
Centennial Exhibition 1876 Philadelphia 
Art Institute of Chicago 1945
Baltimore Museum of Art 1945
Examples of Work: Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh 
Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 
Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh 
Westmoreland County Museum of Art, Greensburg, Pennsylvania 
Specialty: Painter
Style/School: Hudson River School
Subjects Known For: Portraits
Memberships: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 
Artists' Fund Society, Philadelphia 1836
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Russell Smith was a prominent Pennsylvania landscape painter during the nineteenth century. Born in Glasgow, Scotland, he emigrated to Pennsylvania with his parents in 1819, where he trained under James Reid Lambdin, the fou... (More)

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