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Image of Paris

Frank Myers Boggs
American, 1855–1926



Object Type: Painting
Creation Place: Northern Europe, French
21 3/4 x 28 1/4 x 2 3/4 in. (55 x 72 x 7 cm)
Medium and Support: Oil on wood panel
Accession Number: 1977.0539

Credit Line: Bequest of William Pelzer Arrington in memory of his mother, Ethel Pelzer Arrington

Frank Boggs was an American artist who trained in Paris and eventually settled there, becoming a French citizen in 1923. "Paris" is typical of Boggs’s street scenes in technique and in the use of a low, street-level vantage point. The artist began with a wood panel, coated with gesso and stained with an umber wash; he then made a faint charcoal drawing and lightly brushed in the oil color. Many similar examples, dating from the 1880s onward, attest to Boggs’s consistent style and subject matter.
mla. 4/2009

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