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William Bliss Baker

William Bliss Baker Hiding in the Haycocks oil painting on canvas
Hiding in the Haycocks
Painting ID::  58215
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William Bliss Baker Hiding in the Haycocks oil painting on canvas



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  William Bliss Baker
  (1859 - 1886-11-20) was an American artist born in New York City who was just beginning to hit his stride as a landscape painter in the Realism movement when he died at his father's house at Hoosick Falls, New York at the age of 27 due to a back injury received while ice skating several months earlier Baker studied at the National Academy of Design for four years beginning in 1876,where he won first prize during his first exhibit in 1879. By 1881, Baker had set up a studio north of Albany, New York.
  Hiding in the Haycocks
  Hiding in the Haycocks, painted in 1881.

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