Alfred T. Bricher
(1837 - 1908)

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Winter Afternoon

Sparkling Summer

Alfred Thomson Bricher, an artist esteemed for his marine and coastal scenes, was born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and grew up in Newburyport, Massachusetts. Though largely self-taught, he studied art briefly at the Lowell Institute in Boston and was strongly influenced by his contemporaries associated with the Hudson River School. During the summer, Bricher would make sketches along the Massachusetts and Maine coastlines, which he later worked up into larger, finished works. He moved to New York in 1868 and exhibited at the National Academy of Design for the first time in the same year. He was a regular contributor to the annuals thereafter. Bricher worked extensively in watercolor in addition to oil, and was active in the American Society of Painters in Water Color.





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