Fuller, Henry Brown, 1867-1934
- Existence: 1867 - 1934
Henry Brown Fuller was born in Deerfield, Massachusetts in 1867. He was the son of painter George Fuller. Fuller attended the Cowles Art School in Boston and the Art Students' Leagues in New York City. In 1893, he married Lucia Fairchild. Henry Fuller won several awards, including the Carnegie Prize in 1908. His most well known paintings are "Illusions" and "The Triumph of Truth Over Error. Fuller died in 1934.
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Overview The collection contains orrespondence with various members of the Fuller and Fairchild families, and with members of the Cornish Colony of artists and writers, as well as photgraphs, manuscipts, articles, diaries, sketches, poems and sheet music.