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KENSETT John Frederick (b. 1816, Cheshire, d. 1872, New York) Nationality : American

American landscape painter and engraver who is to this day renowned for his graceful interpretations of the nineteenth-century American wilderness. Born into a family of skilled engravers, he learnt the craft first from his father, Thomas Kensett (1786-1829), and then from his uncle Alfred Daggett (1799-1872). He studied in England, France, and Italy from 1840 to 1847, relying heavily on his engraving skills to financially support his new artistic endeavours in Europe. Upon his return to the United States, Kensett quickly became associated with the Hudson River School of painting.

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