Silas Dustin

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Silas Dustin
Silas Dustin.jpg
Born 1855
Richmond, Ohio
Died 1940
Nationality American
Known for Curator and artist

Silas Dustin (1855 – 1940) was an artist, art dealer and curator of the National Academy of Design in New York

Biography[edit]

Dustin was born in Richmond, Ohio although he is known as a California painter. He studied under William Merritt Chase in New York. Dustin became the curator of the National Academy of Design in New York before leading the Biltmore Salon. Dustin died in 1940.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Painting by Dustin". fineart.ha.com. Retrieved 19 October 2010.