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Ripley Hitchcock (1857–1918)

Hitchcock, James Ripley Wellman. An American writer on art, etc.; born at Fitchburg, MA, July 3, 1857; died in 1918. He wrote: ‘The Western Art Movement’ (1885); ‘A Study of George Genness’ (1885); ‘Madonnas by Old Masters’ (1888), the text to photogravures; ‘The Future of Etching’; ‘Some American Painters in Water Colors’; ‘Etching in America’; ‘Notable Etchings by American Artists’; etc.