George Albert Thompson
(1868 - 1938)

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Drying Sails

Spring in the Marshes

Best known for Connecticut landscapes and coastal scenes including atmospheric nocturnes, George Thompson frequently painted around Bridgeport, Mystic, and New Haven.

He was an art teacher at the Yale School of Fine Arts where he studied. He was also a student of John LaFarge and studied in Paris. Thompson was founder and first president of the Mystic Art Association and exhibited at the National Academy, the Pennsylvania Academy and the Corcoran Gallery biennials.

Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"




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