Tuesday, 16 June 2020

1319) Robert Fulton Logan

Robert Fulton Logan (1889-1959). Canadian painter, illustrator and specialist in copper etchings.
After the First World War, Logan accepted the position of director at the Bellevue Art Training Center, in Paris, and also taught classes at the Louvre. He remained in Paris for almost twenty years. During his career, Robert Fulton Logan created over one hundred architectural etchings of scenes in France, Germany and Holland. The first important one-man showing of his etched art was held at the American Chamber of Commerce, Paris, (1922) and then at annual exhibitions at the Galerie Marcel Guiot. On his return to the United States in 1934, Logan accepted the position of Chairman of the Department of Art at Connecticut College, remaining there until his retirement in 1954. Robert Logan was a full member of the Chicago Society of Etchers, the National Arts Club (1922) and the Société internationale de la gravure originale en noir (1921).

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Notre Dame de Paris (1925, etching and aquatint)

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