Irvine, Wilson Henry, 1869-1936Alternative names
Landscape painter; Old Lyme, Conn. Born in Illinois and trained at the Art Institute of Chicago. In the 1930's, he painted THE MACHINE AND ITS PRODUCT, a painting that represents the period's fear of increased machinization as the potential cause of increased unemployment. Irvine also developed a watercolor technique, called aquaprint, that was based on Japanese techniques for marblizing paper.
From the description of Wilson Henry Irvine papers, 1869-1942. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 80691748
- Connecticut--Old Lyme (as recorded)