Wilson Irvine, ANA (1869-1936)
Born/lived: Byron, IL/ Lyme, CT.
Best known for: American Impressionist landscape painter.
Studied: Art Institute of Chicago.
Member: Associate National Academy; Lyme Art Assoc.; Chicago Society of Artists; Chicago CC; Cliff Dwellers; Pallette and Chisel Club (founding member), Chicago; Salmagundi Club; Allied Art Assoc; National Arts Club; Chicago Arts Club; Society of Western Artists.
Exhibited: Art Institute of Chicago; P-P Expo, San Fran; Chicago SA; CAFC; his experimental “aqua-prints,” Roullier G., Chicago, 1920s; jewel-like “prismatic paintings” first exhibited at Grand Central Art Gallery,1930; Lyme Art Association.
Awards: Art Institute of Chicago; Panama-Pacific Exposition; Chicago Society of Artists;
Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts; Lyme Art Association.
Work: Art Institute of Chicago; Municipal AL; Sears Mem Museum, Elgin, IL; NAC; Rockford Art Assoc; Ill; Phoenix Art Museum; Benton Museum of Art.
|Artist First Name||Wilson|
|Artist Last Name||Irvine, A.N.A.|
|Materials||oil on canvas board|
|Markings||signed lower left|
|Size||12” x 16|
|Comments||Orignal period frame. This painting is in excellent condition.|