Aldro T. Hibbard
(1886 - 1972)

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Monhegan Harbor


Aldro Thompson Hibbard is best known as a painter of the New England countryside and a vital member of the artists’ colony in Rockport, Massachusetts. Hibbard grew up in the suburbs of Boston and spent summers with his family on Cape Cod. He enrolled at the Massachusetts State Normal Art School after high school, and continued his schooling at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston under Edmund Tarbell and Frank Benson. In 1913, he left for Europe, a trip financed by the Paige Traveling Scholarship, and visited London, Paris, Madrid, and Italy. Hibbard returned to the Boston area shortly after the outbreak of World War I and quickly gained professional recognition. The venues in which he exhibited his artwork include the Boston Art Club, Guild of Boston Artists, Duxbury Art Association Annual, National Academy of Design, and Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.




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