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Governor Dummer Academy, Newburyport, Massachusetts

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Governor Dummer Academy, Newburyport, Massachusetts


Loring W. Coleman


Eldreds. "Loring Coleman."


24 x 30 inches



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Lorring W. Coleman is a member of both the Guild of Boston Artists and the prestigious Salmagundi Club since 1941. He is also a National Academician and a member of the American Watercolor Society. He served as head of the Art Department and taught for 27 years at the Middlesex School, in Concord, Massachusetts. His work is in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the National Academy of Art and Design, New York, and the Salmagundi Club, New York. - See more at: http://www.hudsonhills.com/title_detail/328/14/Loring-W--Coleman--Living---Painting-in-a-Changing-New-England#sthash.gknOZt8G.dpuf Loring Coleman was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1918. He received his training at the Middlesex School in Concord and the Scott Carbee School of Art in Boston. His instructors involved well known Boston artists including Herman Dudley Murphy and Charles Curtis Allen. Coleman went onto a career as the Head of the Art Department at the Middlesex School before retiring to pursue his artistic career. A talented artist across all mediums Coleman is a arguable best known for his brilliant, life-like watercolors. His works are included in numerous museums. He is a member of the National Academy of Design and the American Watercolor Society. In 2011, Coleman published his autobiography Living and Painting in a Changing New England- An Autobiography Loring W. Coleman, NA AWS.


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Loring W. Coleman, “Governor Dummer Academy, Newburyport, Massachusetts,” Westport Public Schools Digital Collections, accessed December 1, 2023, https://collections.westportps.org/items/show/1873.

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