William Morris Hunt was a highly influential American artist who studied in Paris under Jean-Francois Millet and learned the work of the Barbizon School. On his return from Paris, Hunt established his own schools near his home at Newport, Rhode Island, Vermont where his family had relatives and also in Boston where he lived and worked. William Morris Hunt became a very fashionable and sought after portrait painter. However, many of his sketches and all his oil paintings were lost in the Great Boston Fire of 1872. Hunt is credited with influencing the style of Childe Hassam and Winslow Homer, amongst others. He committed suicide in a bout of depression in the Isle of Shoals in New Hampshire. His work is highly collected and most museums in America have his work displayed, as well as the Louvre in Paris.- https://www.reproduction-gallery.com/artist/william-morris-hunt/
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