oil on canvas, 30” x 25”, signed lower right
Member: the National Academy of Design, 1912-ANA, 1920-Member, President 1939-1949, President Emeritus from 1949.
Henry Hobart Nichols, Jr., NA (1869-1962)
Born/lived: He was born in Washington, DC, lived in New York City, upper New York, New England, Tuckahoe, Bronxville and Oyster Bay, NY.
Known: an American Impressionist whose landscapes were subtle and muted, exhibiting a personal style.
Studied: Art Students League under Howard Helmick, Washington, DC; Shortledge College, PA; Froebel Institute, Germany; Academy Julian, Paris, 1905; Academy Castellucho, Paris.
Member: Member: the National Academy of Design, 1912-ANA, 1920-Member, President 1939-1949, President Emeritus from 1949.
Washington Society of Fine Arts; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (fellow); Washington Watercolor Club; NY Watercolor Club; National Arts Club; Allied Artists of America; CAFA; North Shore Art Assoc.; Salmagundi Club; Art Institute of Chicago, from 1892; Century Carnegie Institute Arts and Letters; Cosmos Club; Lotus Club.
Exhibited: National Academy of Design (prizes, 1923, 1925, 1928, 1934); Art Institute of Chicago; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Ann.; Corcoran Gallery biennials (21 times); Washington Society of Fine Arts; Cosmos Club (solo); Veerfhoff Gallery (solo); Washington Watercolor Club (prizes); Society Washington Artists (prizes); Salmagundi Club (prizes); SAE (prize); National Art Club (medals); Century Club, (prize).
Positions: the National Academy of Design, President 1939-1949, President Emeritus from 1949. A director and trustee of the Tiffany Foundation and trustee of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC
Work: Metropolitan Museum of Art; National Academy of Design Museum; National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC; the Phillips Collection, Washington, DC; the Newark Museum, NJ; Corcoran Gallery; Museum of Natural History.
|Artist First Name||Henry Hobart|
|Artist Last Name||Nichols, Jr., NA|
|Materials||oil on canvas|
|Markings||signed lower right|
|Size||30” x 25”|
|Comments||This painting is in very good condition in a hand carved gold frame, also in very good condition. Member: the National Academy of Design, 1912-ANA, 1920-Member, President 1939-1949, President Emeritus from 1949.|