Random Inspiration: William Worcester Churchill (1858-1926)

by Matthew Innis |

Lady and the Fan, 1902oil on canvasWilliam Worcester Churchill is one of the least known artists of the Boston School  tradition, even though he is arguably one of the earliest painters to be actively associated with that group.  Born in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts in 1858, Churchill’s formal art training began in 1877 when he enrolled…

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