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George Henry Smillie  American  1840 -1921
Born: New York, New York, United States 
Died: Bronxville, New York  
Instructors: James McDougal Hart 
Exhibited: National Academy of Design 
Boston Art Club 
Philadelphia Centennial Exposition 1904
Boston Athenaeum 
Corcoran Gallery 
Art Institute of Chicago 
American Watercolor Society 
Salmagundi Club 1883
Examples of Work: Corcoran Gallery, Washington, DC 
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 
Oakland Museum 
Rhode Island School of Design 
Specialty: Painter
Style/School: White Mountains
Subjects Known For: Landscapes
Memberships: American Watercolor Society 
National Academy of Design ANA 1864; NA 1882
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Like many 19th-century painters, George Smillie's (1840-1921) artistic training began with the study of engraving, with his father James Smillie of New York City. He studied painting with James McDougal Hart, from whom he inher... (More)

George Henry Smillie was a significant figure among American Landscapists of the last century. His career began before the Civil War and ended after the First World War. Trained in the manner of the Hudson River School, Smillie eventually loosened his brushstroke and heightened his palette to pro... (More)

The younger brother of James Smillie, George Henry Smillie became a well-known landscape painter at the end of the nineteenth century. After studying with James McDougal Hart, Smillie established a studio in New York City, f... (More)

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