Hezekiah Anthony Dyer
Rhode Island, 1872-1943
Ca. 1900-1920. Watercolor and guoache on paper. Dyer, placed by the leading critical authorities among the
ablest exponents of landscape art, is known for his emimence among American artists. After graduating
from Brown University in 1894 he pursued art study in France, Holland and Italy, making landscape painting
his field of endeavor. He is universally regarded as a representative American watercolor painter of landscape
subjects with a penchant for mountain and village scenes. He was president of the Providence Watercolor
Club and from 1904-1914 president of the Providence Art Club, as well as a member of the Boston
Watercolor Society and the Boston Art Club. He was a well known lecturer throughtout the east and
was honored with a degree of A.M. from Brown University in 1919. Newly matted and framed.
22 1/2 in. x 19 in. 14 3/4 in. x 10 3/4 in. w/o frame.