William G. Boardman (c. 1815-1895)


A member of the National Academy of Design, where he exhibited from 1846 to 1871, Boardman was labeled by the American Art Union Bulletin of 1848 as “very clever.” He was painting in Jackson, NH, as early as 1847. He was a friend of George Inness.

His White Mountain paintings were done in the period 1848 to 1858. He painted both in the White Mountains and on Squam Lake.

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