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Peter Hurd
1904 – 1984

Introduction

Peter Hurd (February 22, 1904 – July 9, 1984) was an American painter whose work is strongly associated with the people and landscapes of San Patricio, New Mexico, where he lived from the 1930s. He is equally acclaimed for his portraits and his western landscapes.

Early in his life, Hurd studied in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania under the noted illustrator N. C. Wyeth, along with two of his grown children. Hurd later married the painter's eldest daughter, Henriette Wyeth, who also is known as an accomplished painter. During World War II, Hurd worked for Life magazine as a war correspondent attached to the US Air Force. He created hundreds of "War Sketches".

Wikidata identifier

Q7174800

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Introduction

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Country of birth

United States

Roles

Artist, author, etcher, genre artist, illustrator, lithographer, painter

ULAN identifier

500014842

Names

Peter Hurd, peter hurd

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