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Harold M. Brett (1880-1955)

Harold Mathews Brett was an American Field Painter, Illustrator trained at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston best known for his New England scenes and portraits. His illustratio s were featured in Harper's Weekly, Bazar, Collier's Weekly, and The Saturday Evening Post. Brett's paintings hang in the Brandywine River Museum, Cape Cod Museum of Fine Art, and the Chatham Historical Society, among others.Brett was born December 3, 1880 in Middleboro, Massachusetts and spent his formative years in Brookline, Massachusetts. Brett attended the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston where under the direction of Philip Hale and Frank Benson he honed his artistic skills. Seeking further artistic education Brett relocated to New York in order to study at the Art Students League. Artists that contributed to his development include: Walter Appleton Clark, H. Siddons Mowbray, and Kenyon Cox.In 1906 Brett went to Wilmington, Delawar

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A  Destroyer on a night time naval...
Harold M. Brett
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£3740