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Thomas Worthington Whittredge  American  1820 -1910
Born: Springfield, Ohio United States 
Died: Summit, New Jersey United States 
Active: Cincinnati, Ohio  
Charlestown, West Virginia  
Rome,  Italy 
New York, New York  
Western  United States 
Addresses:  Cincinnati, Ohio  c. 1840-1849 
 Indianapolis, Indiana  1842 
  Europe  1849-1859 
 New York, New York  1859-1880 
 Summit, New Jersey  1880-1910 
Studied: Cincinnati 1838-1839
Paris 1849
Dusseldorf Academy 1849-1854
Rome 1854-1859
Instructors: Carl Lessing 
Andreas Achenbach 1849-1854
Exhibited: Art Institute of Chicago 
Cincinnati Art Academy 1839, 1841
National Academy of Design 1846, 1860-1911
American Art Union 1847
Brooklyn Art Association 1861-1887
Centennial Exhibition 1876 Philadelphia (bronze medal)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 1853-1867, 1879, 1904
Paris Exposition 1889
Pan American Exposition 1901 (silver medal)
St. Louis Exposition 1904
Corcoran Gallery 1907-1908
St. Louis Exposition 1944
Examples of Work: Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas 
Century Association, New York City 
Cincinnati Art Museum 
Corcoran Gallery, Washington, DC 
Denver Art Museum 
Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha 
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 
Reynolda House, Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
Specialty: Painter
Sign Painter
Style/School: Hudson River School
Subjects Known For: Landscapes
Still Life
Memberships: National Academy of Design ANA 1860; NA 1861; PNAD 1864-76
Century Association 1862
Artists' Fund Society, Philadelphia 
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Thomas Worthington Whittredge, an important member of the later Hudson River School, specialized in landscapes, although he also painted some portraits and still lifes. His mature style incorporates both European and Ameri... (More)

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