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Childe Hassam



 


 
Childe Hassam
 

(b Dorchester, MA, 17 Oct 1859; d East Hampton, NY, 27 Aug 1935).

 American painter and printmaker. The son of Frederick F. Hassam, a prominent Boston merchant, and his wife, Rosa P. Hathorne, he was initially trained as an apprentice to a wood-engraver. From the late 1870s to the mid-1880s he executed drawings for the illustration of books, particularly children’s stories. He had a long affiliation with the Boston firm of Daniel Lothrop & Co., for whom he illustrated E. S. Brooks’s In No-man’s Land: A Wonder Story (1885), Margaret Sidney’s A New Departure for Girls (1886) and numerous other books.


 




 

The New York Window



 


Fiacre, Rue Bonaparte
1888


 


Columbus Avenue



 

Isles of Shoals
1912


 

Isles of Shoals



 

Winter in Union Square
1894



 

The Fireplace
1912



 

Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris
1888



 

Boy with Flower Pots
1888



 

La Bouquetiere et la Laitiere
1888



 

California
1919



 

Bricklayers
1900
 

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