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George Hitchcock  American  1850 -1913  fl (1850-1913)
Born: Providence, Rhode Island, United States 
Died: Island of Maarken, Holland, Netherlands 
Active:  Holland  
Studied: Harvard University 
Academie Julien, Paris 
The Hague 
Instructors: Gustave R. Boulanger 
Jules Joseph Lefebvre 
Exhibited: NYC 1905
Detroit, Michigan 1905
Providence, Rhode Island 1905
Examples of Work: Brooklyn Museum of Art 
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence 
University of Rochester, New York 
Specialty: Painter
Style/School: Impressionism
Subjects Known For: Landscapes
Peasant Life
Memberships: National Academy of Design p. ANA 1909
Franz Joseph Order 
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George Hitchcock, born in 1850, had high academic expectations and studied at Brown and Harvard Law School before entering Acadamie Julian in Paris. In 1879 he quit his law practice to study painting there. Hitchcock created I... (More)

One of the first of his countrymen to draw aesthetic inspiration from Holland, George Hitchcock created depictions of Dutch peasants and fields of flowers that were acclaimed in Continental art circles as well as in the ... (More)

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