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Bolton Brown
19th-20th century
(Dresden, New York, 1864 - 1936, Woodstock, New York)

Bolton Brown was an influential teacher whose most important contribution to the medium was his invention of many new lithographic crayons that allowed further differentiation of tone. He also printed for other artists, most notably George Bellows. In his own lithographs Brown worked in the early style that imitated the effect of graphite pencil.


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