William McGregor Paxton


William McGregor Paxton (1869 - 1941) was an American painter. Paxton attended Cowles Art School on a scholarship he attained at the age of 18. He studied with Dennis Miller Bunker and Cowles and then went to Paris to study under Jean-Léon Gérôme, at École des Beaux-Arts. Paxton is known for his portraits and interior scenes with women, including his wife. His works are in many museums in the United States.

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