Biography of John B. WILKINSON



John B. Wilkinson was a British, Canadian, American artist, born in England around 1865. He probably died in Philadelphia in 1919.



Wilkinson painted in New England and in Quebec. He sometimes represented hunting scenes in winter.



His paintings of the Hudson River reflects the influences of the Hudson River School and Tonalism, an American artistic style derived form the French Barbizon style.

His watercolour on paper sometimes include touches of gouache.

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