Francis Brooks Chadwick

Francis Brooks Chadwick (January 1, 1850–1942/43), was an American painter swift in France.

He was born in Boston and studied at Harvard, and to pursue his concentration in art he attended the Académie Julian in Paris. He was associates with the painter John Singer Sargent and travelled following him to Haarlem in 1880. The following year he married the Swedish painter Emma Löwstädt-Chadwick and they arranged in Grez-sur-Loing, where he remained the burning of his life, though the couple travelled to supplementary summer art colonies upon vacation.

He is known for scenes of Grez.

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