Theodore Robinson - Encyclopedia


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THEODORE ROBINSON (1852-1896), American artist, was born at Irasburg, Vermont, in 1852. He was a pupil of J. L. Gbrome and Carolus-Duran in Paris, and worked with Claude Monet. He received the Webb Prize in 1890 for his "Winter Landscape," and the Shaw Fund in 1892 for his "In the Sun," a study of a peasant girl. He became a member (1881) of the Society of American Artists. He died in New York City on the 2nd of April 1896.

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