George Newell Bowers
(1849 - 1909)

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Gay Head, Martha's Vineyard


George Newell Bowers was active in Springfield, Massachusetts from 1872 until his death in 1906, and was eventually famed as the most gifted artist who resided and worked in the city during its post-war golden era. His formal artistic training took place at the Art Students League in New York, and in Paris. By 1879 he had established a studio in Springfield and began to teach classes at the Springfield Art Association, which he helped to found. His second experience with the Art Students League in 1890 marks a conversion from sentimental, realistic genre scenes to a lyrical type of landscape painting.





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