Artist Samuel Burtis Baker (1882-1967)
Medium Oil on canvas 28"x34"
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An instructor at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington DC from 1921 to 1935 and painter of portraits, still life, cityscape, and interiors with figures, Samuel Baker was born in Boston. He studied with Ernest Major and Charles Davis in Mystic, Connecticut, and Edward Barnard in Belmont, Massachusetts. In 1910, he opened a studio in Boston and eventually moved into the Fenway Studio Building occupied by leading artists of the city including Edmund Tarbell.