ROBERT HOGG NISBET
Oil On Canvas
Inscribed 'Robert H. Nisbet N.A.' (Lower Right)
Housed in a Finished Corner 22 K Giltwood Frame
Provenance: Private Collection, Redwood Shores, California
Note: Nisbet is a member of the Kent (CT) School of painters, along with Willard Metcalf, Ernest Lawson,
Emil Carlsen and his son Dines Carlsen. The “Kent School” painters are just coming into their own in status and price.
This is an outstanding example of Nesbit’s work, comparable in excellence to his highest selling canvas to date.
We welcome and encourage all inquiries. We will make every attempt to answer any questions you might have.
oTHER pAINTINGS BY robert hogg nisbet:
Birth place: Providence, RI
Death place: South Kent, CT
Addresses: NYC; South Kent, CT
Profession: Painter, etcher, teacher, printmaker
Studied: Rhode Island School of Design; Art Students League with Henry Snell & Frank DuMond; Europe.
Exhibited: Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Annual; 1906-10, 1915-17, 1922-15; Art Institute of Chicago;
Kent Art Academy; Connecticut Academy of Fine Art, 1913 (prize), 1915 (prize); Corcoran Gallery biennials, 1914-28
(3 times); National Academy of Design, 1915 (prize), 1923 (prize), 1931 (prize); Pan-Pacific Expo, 1915 (medal); California
Printmakers (prize); Los Angeles Museum of Art, 1925 (prize); National Arts Club, 1927 (medal, prize); Living American Etchers,
1927-28; Society of American Etchers , 1932 ( Talcott prize); Great Barrington, MA (prize).
Member: Associate National Academy, 1920, National Academy 1928; American Artists Professional League;
NY Watercolor Club; International Jury, Italian Print Exhibition, 1931; Allied Artists America; Connecticut Academy of
Fine Art; National Arts Club; Lotos Club; Art Students League; Audubon Artists; Washington Art Association (hon.);
Salmagundi Club; Providence Art Club; Society of American Graphic Artists; Artists Fund Society; Artists Fellowship;
Kent Art Association (Emeritus); Architects League (Emeritus); Philadelphia Society of Etchers ; American Watercolor Society.
Work: Rhode Island School of Design; Rhode Island Hospital; Telfair Academy of Art; Butler Art Institute;
Connecticut State Agricultural College; Rhode Island State College; National Arts Club; Lotos Club; Sherman (CT)
Library; Metropolitan Museum of Art; New York Public Library; Brooklyn Museum; Milwaukee Art Institute; Detroit
Institute of Art; University of Nebraska; Oberlin College; Art Council, NY; Yale University; Bibliothèque Nat., Paris;
National Gallery of Art; Library of Congress; Montclair Art Museum; Howard University; Detroit Museum; U.S.
National Museum; Birmingham (AL) Public Library; University of Connecticut; Stockbridge (MA) Public Library;
Wesleyan University, Macon, GA; Litchfield Historical Society; Pennsylvania State University; Springfield Museum Art;
Hamilton Art Gallery, Canada.
Sources: WW59; WW47; Falk, Exhibition Record Series.
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