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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.


 




 

Geraniums
1888



 


Carriage Parade
1888



 


Wayside Inn, Sudbury, Massachusetts
1882



 


Allies Day, May 1917
1917



 

The Manhattan Club
1891



 

Houses of Parliament, Early Evening
1898



 

The Barnyard
1885



 

A City Fairyland
1886



 

Paris Street Scene
1887



 

Charles River and Beacon Hill
1892



 

Grand Prix Day
1887
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
 

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