Charles Harold Davis  (American, 1856-1933) 

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Charles Harold Davis, Afternoon Shade, Summer

 

Charles Harold Davis
Afternoon Shade, Summer
McColl Fine Art
Charles Harold Davis, A View to the River, Autumn

 

Charles Harold Davis
A View to the River, Autumn
McColl Fine Art
Charles Harold Davis, Winter Morning in the Woods

 

Charles Harold Davis
Winter Morning in the Woods
circa 1892-1893

Thomas Colville Fine Art, LLC
Charles Harold Davis, Autumn

 

Charles Harold Davis
Autumn
circa 1912

Thomas Colville Fine Art, LLC
  

1856   Born
1877 - 1879   Studied at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts School
1880 - 1882   Studied in Paris at the Academie Julian with William Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905), Gustave Boulanger (1824-1888) and Jules-Joseph Lefebvre (1836-1911)
1880 - 1890   Lived in France
1891   Moved to Mystic, CT and started an artists' colony
1933   Died
1982   Doll & Richards Gallery in Boston
1982   Macbeth Galleries, New York
1934   Memorial exhibition at the Mystic Art Association
1902 - 1934   National Academy of Design
1914 - 1932   Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
1907 - 1932   Corcoran Gallery
1915   Pan-Pacific Expo
1913   Armory Show, New York
1912   Newport Art Museum's Inaugural exhibition
1882 - 1911   Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
1885 - 1909   Boston Art Club
1904   Art Institute of Chicago
1904   St. Louis Expo
1901   Society of Washington Artists
1901   Pan-American Expo in Buffalo
1900   Paris Expo
1898   Art Institute of Chicago
1897   American Art Association
1896   American Art Association
1895   Atlanta Expo
1884 - 1895   National Academy of Design
1893   Columbian Expo in Chicago
1891   Societe Nationale des Beaux Arts in Paris
1890   Massachusetts Charitable Mechanics Association
1890   Art Institute of Chicago
1881 - 1890   Paris Salon
1889   Paris Expo
1887   Brooklyn Art Association
1886   American Art Association