Hamilton Irving Marlatt

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Hamilton Irving Marlatt (1867 - October 11, 1929) was an American painter from Rochester, New York.

He was the son of artist Wilson Marlatt. Marlatt studied art in France as part of the Barbizon school.

He painted many watercolors and pastels of scenes from upstate New York. In several publications, including the Saturday Evening Post, for which he was an illustrator, he is listed as Hector Irving Marlatt rather than Hamilton Irving Marlatt. He signed his paintings and illustrations with "H. I. Marlatt".

Assemblywoman Frances K. Marlatt (1901–1969) was his daughter.

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American Barbizon school