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Charles Partridge Adams

Charles Partridge Adams, American landscape artist. Member Art-Commission, Denver.; Member Laguna Art Association.

Background

  • Adams, Charles Partridge was born on January 12, 1858 in Franklin, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Albert and Susan Davis (White) Adams.

  • Education

    • Largely self-educated. Studied under Helen Chain, pupil of George Innes, Senior, and in galleries of Europe, 1914.

    Career

    • Republican in collections of Kansas Missouri Art Association, Denver (Colorado) Art Association, University Club, Denver, Denver Olub, Woman’s Club, Denver, etc. Winner of gold medal, National Mining and Industrial Exposition, Denver, 1889. Gold medal, University of Colorado, 1919.

      Honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, New York, 1900.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Baptist

    Membership

    Member Art-Commission, Denver. Member Laguna Art Association.

    Connections

    • Married Alida Reynolds Joslin, September 16, 1890. Children: Albert Joslin, Philip Van Ruysdael, Charles Partridge.
    • father: Albert Adams
    • mother: Susan Davis (White) Adams
    • spouse: Alida Reynolds Joslin
    • children: Albert Joslin Adams
    • Philip Van Ruysdael Adams
    • Charles Partridge Adams
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    Died October 15, 1942
    (aged 84)
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