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William Henry Singerartist • painterPittsburg (Verenigde Staten) 1868-1943 Olden (Noorwegen)

biography of William Henry Singer

William Singer, the son of an American steel magnate, was financially independent and chose to become a painter. It was mainly the Hague School painters who inspired him to do so. In 1901 he left for Europe, first to Paris and then settled in Laren in the spring of 1901. After a visit to Norway in 1904, he painted almost exclusively Norwegian landscapes in a clear palette and short, juxtaposed brushstrokes.

previously for salepaintings by William Henry Singer

William Henry Singer | The First Snow, Holland, oil on board, 50.5 x 40.0 cm, signed l.r. and dated on the reverse 1933

William Henry Singer

painting • previously for sale

The First Snow, Holland, ca. 1933

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