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John Fabian Carlson  American  1874 -1945
Born:  Kalmar Lan, Sweden 
Active: Rock City, New York, United States 
Woodstock, New York, United States 
New York, New York, United States 
Gloucester, Massachusetts, United States 
Studied: Albright Art School, Buffalo, New York 
Art Students League, New York City 
Instructors: Frank Vincent DuMond 
Exhibited: Katz Gallery, New York City 
Examples of Work: Baltimore Museum of Art, MD 
Brooks Memorial Art Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee 
Butler Institute of American Art 
Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh 
Corcoran Gallery, Washington, DC 
Fort Worth Museum, Texas 
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 
Montclair Art Museum, New Jersey 
National Academy of Design 
Randolph-Macon Women's College, Lynchburg, Virginia 
Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio 
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond 
Specialty: Painter
Style/School: Naturalism
Plein Air
Subjects Known For: Landscapes
Winter Scenes
Memberships: National Academy of Design p. ANA 1911; NA 1925
American Artists Professional League 
American Watercolor Society 
Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts 
National Arts Club 
Salmagundi Club, New York 
Teaching Positions: Art Students League Summer School, Woodstock, New York 1911-1918
National Academy of Design 1925
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John Fabian Carlson
Born Sweden, 1874
Died New York City, 1945

As a young child in Sweden, John F. Carlson was introduced to art by an uncle who decorated carriages with landscapes. At the age of twelve, Carlson moved with his family to the United States a... (More)

John Fabian Carlson discovered the snow-laden regions of American landscape that would later define his life's work when his family emigrated from Sweden to Buffalo, NY in 1883. It was here that Carlson embarked on his ar... (More)

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