William Horace Littlefield is a listed Massachusetts
and New York State painter, known for his landscapes, figural works and
Born in 1902 to a wealthy family, William Littlefield
studied at Harvard University, after which he studied in Paris, France and
shared a studio with Stanley William Hayter. Returning home in 1929, he
settled in Falmouth and was a co-founder of the Cape Cod Art Association.
HE participated in the First Biennial at the Whitney
Museum and the 1936 Exposition at MOMA. In the 1950's he studied with Hans
Hofmann and Morris Davidson, and turned then towards Abstract Expressionism.
He died in 1969.
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