Artists in Passing: William Bliss Baker (1859-1886)

by Matthew Innis |

If you’ve never heard of William Bliss Baker before, you are far from alone. His career lasted only a brief ten years, and he was, by the arrival of the twentieth century, already just a footnote in the history of American painting.  But to those who knew his work . . .

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