Frank Myers Boggs

(December 6, 1855 – 8 August 1926)

Style:Impressionist

Background: Frank Myers Boggs was born on December 6, 1855 in Springfield, Ohio. 

Education: Student of Jean-Léon Gérôme at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris . He exhibits regularly until the end of his life in Salon of French artists , where he received several awards, including pre-season and placed a silver medal on the occasion of the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1889 . In 1885, he exhibited in New York  : The Houle to Honfleur , which won a $ 2,500.

Achievements: His drawings, usually small, are spontaneous and spiritual. In 1906-1907, he performs etchings of his favorite subjects. His watercolors are very numerous, a precise touch and firm are very subtle, and form the most important part of his work. Love Paris , its monuments and its docks, attached to the edges of the Seine along its course, insatiable admirer of French and foreign ports, it multiplies the views of these sites in paints solidly built, with cloudy skies.

The bustling markets of small towns, the Normandy ports, the Rochelle , the Netherlands , the Belgium , Venice , are continual sources of inspiration, allowing it to be fully realized in a register and popular topics of general public of especially as it remains faithful to do so in a clearly identifiable.

Famous Works:

Frank Myers Boggs - Le Quai de Montebello

Frank Myers Boggs – Le Quai de Montebello

Frank Myers Boggs - L'Entrée du Port de Marseilles

Frank Myers Boggs – L’Entrée du Port de Marseilles

Frank Myers Boggs - Moulin Rouge

Frank Myers Boggs – Moulin Rouge

Frank Myers Boggs - The Harbor at Honfleur

Frank Myers Boggs – The Harbor at Honfleur

Frank Myers Boggs -Paris

Frank Myers Boggs -Paris