biografía de Charles ARMOR (1844-1911)

Lugar de nacimiento: Ohio

Lugar de defunción: Wash., DC

Direcciones: Wash., DC, active 1865

Profesión: Painter

Obra: State House, Trenton, NJ; U.S. Dep. of the Interior; portrait of John Tucker, after Gilbert Stuart, once hung in Supreme Court of U.S. Capitol Building.

Comentarios: He had no formal art training, but copied works at the CGA during 1879-83, including Charlotte Corday," "Lost Dogs," Fun and Fright," and "Sacred Bull." Painter of portraits, landscapes, and still lifes.

Fuentes: McMahan, Artists of Washington, D.C.

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