William Lathrop, ‘Hillside Patterns’, ca. 1890s, Private Collection, NY
William Lathrop, ‘Hillside Patterns’, ca. 1890s, Private Collection, NY
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William Lathrop

Hillside Patterns, ca. 1890s

Watercolor
16 × 14 in
40.6 × 35.6 cm
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Private Collection, NY
William Lathrop
American, 1859–1938
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After long struggle as a young artist, William Lathrop won the Evans Prize at the American

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After long struggle as a young artist, William Lathrop won the Evans Prize at the American Watercolor Society in 1896, a success that gained his reputation as a master watercolorist and Tonalist painter of the first rank. Lathrop was a skilled draftsman and versatile handler of paint; his early work was relatively …

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William Lathrop, ‘Hillside Patterns’, ca. 1890s, Private Collection, NY
William Lathrop, ‘Hillside Patterns’, ca. 1890s, Private Collection, NY
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About the work
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Private Collection, NY
William Lathrop
American, 1859–1938
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After long struggle as a young artist, William Lathrop won the Evans Prize at the American

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After long struggle as a young artist, William Lathrop won the Evans Prize at the American Watercolor Society in 1896, a success that gained his reputation as a master watercolorist and Tonalist painter of the first rank. Lathrop was a skilled draftsman and versatile handler of paint; his early work was relatively …

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William Lathrop

Hillside Patterns, ca. 1890s

Watercolor
16 × 14 in
40.6 × 35.6 cm