Albert R. Thayer
Albert R. Thayer (19 October 1878 - October 1965) was an American painter and etcher. Born in Concord, Massachusetts, he studied at the Boston Museum School and at the Art Students League in New York City. His teachers adjoin Edmund Tarbell, Eric Page and Aldro Hibbard. He was a adept teacher as well as oil painter and was a long-standing enthusiast of the Rockport Art Association, which he served as Treasurer.
His conduct yourself is included in the Museum Collection of the Rockport Art Association and was featured in a traveling exhibition titled 'Images of a New England Seacoast' 1900–1950. He provided the illustration for the American edition of a popular Christmas book, The Man at the Gate of the World. He after that provided the illustrations for the book, The Mystery of Molly Mott. He is best known for marshy landscapes and harbour scenes, but he painted upon occasion a Boston house that caught his fancy. His oil paintings seldom discharge duty art auctions gone only a couple of sales in the considering twelve years.
He painted a portrait of Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy.
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