Wilton Lockwood

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Wilton Lockwood

Wilton Lockwood (September 12, 1861 – March 21, 1914, age 52) was an American artist born in Wilton, Connecticut. Lockwood was born in Wilton, Connecticut to Emily Middlebrook and John L Lockwood,[1] he was a pupil and an assistant of John LaFarge, and also studied in Paris, becoming a well-known portrait and flower painter. He became a member of both the Society of American Artists (1898) and the Copley Society in Boston, as well as an associate of the National Academy of Design in New York, he painted portraits of Grover Cleveland, John LaFarge and Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr..

Works by him are held in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Worcester Art Museum, and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

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  1. ^ "Wilton Lockwood Dead". New York. New York Times. March 22, 1914. p. 21. Archived from the original|archive-url= requires |url= (help) on |archive-url= requires |archive-date= (help).

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