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Discoveries: Fitz Henry Lane

  • James A. Craig
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In 2006, the American art world was stunned to discover that it had been calling one of its most beloved artists by the wrong name. New research revealed that Fitz Hugh Lane (when alive) had actually been named Fitz Henry Lane. What other new revelations await?

Blog entries from Discoveries: Fitz Henry Lane

Robert Cook, Lane at age 31, 1835, American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts

Fitz Henry Lane’s Personal Life

  • July 28th, 2011 20:14

Given the enormous interest Fitz Henry (formerly Hugh) Lane’s artwork has generated over the years, it is perhaps ...

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Fitz Henry Lane, The Yacht “America” Winning the International Race, 1851.  Collection of Peabody Essex Museum.

Fitz Henry Lane as art teacher to William Bradford

  • August 4th, 2010 17:39

Ever since scholars began to pry into the life of the 19th century American marine painter Fitz Henry (formerly ...

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Fitz Henry Lane, Sicilian Vespers, 1832, lithograph.

New Fitz Henry Lane artwork: the lithograph Sicilian Vespers

  • July 28th, 2010 21:20

Fitz Henry (formerly "Hugh") Lane’s career as an artist officially began in the year 1832, when at the age of 27, he ...

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