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George Hitchcock


Paintings

Dutch Bride

Blessed Mother

Easter Sunday aka In Brabant The Bride

Field of Flowers

In the Orchard

Spring Crocus Fields

The Christening

The Flight into Egypt

Woman Along Canal aka A Young Dutch Girl

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Featured Art - Calypso by George Hitchcock

Calypso

George Hitchcock

George Hitchcock (September 29, 1850 – August 2, 1913) was an American painter, born in Providence, Rhode Island, and was mostly active in Europe, notably in the Netherlands.


Biography

Hitchcock graduated from Brown University, and from Harvard Law School in 1874. He then turned his attention to art and became a pupil of Gustave Boulanger and Jules-Joseph Lefebvre at the Académie Julian in Paris.[1]

He attracted notice in the Paris Salon of 1885 with his "Tulip Growing", of a Dutch garden he painted in the Netherlands. For years he had a studio near Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands, where he started his "Art Summer School" that later resulted in a group of returning summer artists that informally became the Egmondse School (1890-1905). He received these students and guests at his "Huis Schuylenburgh", a large estate in Egmond aan den Hoef.

He became a chevalier of the French Legion of Honour and a member of the Vienna Academy of Arts, the Munich Secession Society, and other art bodies, and is represented in the Dresden gallery, the imperial collection in Vienna, the Chicago Art Institute, and the Detroit Institute of Arts. In 1909 he was elected to the National Academy of Design as an Associate Academician.

Artwork selection

Dutch bride, c.1890

Dutch woman in a garden, c.1890

Bulb fields with windmill, c.1890

The Flight into Egypt, 1892, the Smithsonian Museum, Washington, D.C., 1892

Dutch Flower Girls

Calypso c.1906

At the time of his death, he was living in a houseboat in the harbor of Marken, Netherlands.[2]
The Egmondse School (nl) (l.t.r.) Henriette Hitchcock, (unknown), Corinne Melchers, George Hitchcock and Gari Melchers.

Hitchcock was married to the painter Cecil Jay.[3]


References

George Hitchcock in the RKD
Victorian Web

David Bernard Dearinger; National Academy of Design (U.S.) (2004). Paintings and Sculpture in the Collection of the National Academy of Design: 1826–1925. Hudson Hills. ISBN 978-1-55595-029-3.

External links

Works by or about George Hitchcock at Internet Archive
George Hitchcock at Artcyclopedia
George Hitchcock at Art Renewal Center
George Hitchcock at The Athenaeum
George Hitchcock exhibition catalogs

Public Domain This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). . Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press.

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