Edmund Hodgson Smart
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|Edmund Hodgson Smart|
Smart circa 1922
|Died||1942 (aged 68–69)|
Edmund Hodgson Smart (1873–1942) was a nineteenth and twentieth-century British painter most noted for his portraits of world leaders. He was born in Alnwick, England. He studied art at the Antwerp Academy in Belgium, at the Académie Julian in Paris, and under Sir Hubert von Herkomer in England.
- Dawn, 1907 
- King Edward VII of Britain
- Queen Alexandra of Britain
- American President Warren G. Harding
- Marshal Foch
- General Pershing
- Admiral William Sims
- Annie Besant three quarter length 1927]
- Annie Besant "Memories" Mrs B, 1932 Half size private collection.
- "SMART, Edmund Hodgson". The International Who's Who in the World. 1912. pp. 961–962.
- Search Collections - Dawn 1907 Edmund Hodgson Smart, Smithsonian American Art Museum. Retrieved 2014-01-12.
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