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George Walter Dawson was born in Andover. Massachusetts, in 1870; he studied at the Massachusetts State Normal School and went on to teach drawing and water-color techniques at the University of Pennsylvania.  
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Paul Gallant, a student of Frances Dalton, paints watercolors of landscapes and flowers in plein air - a French term meaning "in the open air".
  
He painted beautiful watercolors featuring flowers.  His painting of the [[Rose Cottage]] is a "famous" painting.
 
  
  
 
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*"A Painter of Gardens", ''Magazine of Art'' Volume 5 May 1914 (can be found on Google Books.)
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*"Retiring to a Career in Art", ''Townsman'', June 10, 2010
*''Art and Progress'', volume 2, issue 2
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Paul Gallant, a student of Frances Dalton, paints watercolors of landscapes and flowers in plein air - a French term meaning "in the open air".


See

  • "Retiring to a Career in Art", Townsman, June 10, 2010


--Eleanor 14:59, September 28, 2011 (EDT) back to Main Page