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Samuel S. Carr  American  1837 -1908
Born:   England 
Active:   England 
New York, New York  
Brooklyn, New York  1870-1907
Addresses:  Brooklyn, New York   
Exhibited: Brooklyn Art Association 1871-1886, 1891
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 1881-1890
National Academy of Design 1889-1894
Examples of Work: New Britain Museum of American Art, Connecticut 
Paterson Free Public Library, New Jersey 
Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, Massachusetts 
Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA 
Specialty: Painter
Subjects Known For: Genre
Memberships: Brooklyn Art Club (president)
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Samuel S. Carr was born in 1837 and immigrated to the U.S. in 1865. There is record of his study at Copper Union but he was largely a self-taught artist. Carr was a genre painter who specialized in pastoral scenes of children at play and bucolic landscapes with sheep. In 1879 Carr began to work... (More)

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