Robert Fulton Logan (1889 - 1969)
Born near Lauder, Manitoba, portrait painter and etcher Robert Fulton Logan studied art in Paris at age 16, followed by studies at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and the Art Institute of Chicago. For twenty years, he was a faculty member at Connecticut College, retiring in 1954. In his later years, Logan headed the Art Department at Newton College of the Sacred Heart. His work was widely exhibited in major galleries and museums in both Europe and the United States, including the Corcoran Gallery, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and the Paris Salon (1921 – 1930). He died at Boston, Massachusetts.
Notre Dame de Paris
Etching and aquatint, 1925; edition of 40 on van Gelder paper, published by Adolphe le Goupy, Paris. Image size 10½” x 14”; sheet size 14-3/8” x 18-7/16”. A lovely impression, number 40 of 40, in overall fine condition. This print was a gift given by the artist to Edmund C. Tarbell (1862 - 1938), who was Logan's instructor in painting at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and remained in the family until the present.
The Harbor, Noimoutier
Drypoint, 1929, edition unknown. Image size 7-1/8” x 4-3/4”; sheet size 5-5/8” x 9”. Published in The Print Connoisseur, Volume IX, Number 1, January, 1929. Fine Condition.