Harriet Ann (Agate) Carmichael (1817-1871)


Harriet Ann (Agate) Carmichael (1817-1871)
American landscape painter ;
Miss H. Agate ; H.A. Carmichael ; H. A. Carmichael ; Harriet A. Carmichael ; Harriet A. Agate ; Mrs. Thomas Carmichael ;
[Born March 29, 1817 in Warren, NY – died January 12, 1871 in Ossining (Sparta), NY / Brooklyn?, NY?]


FAD record control number: 45511 ;

Record level: Person ;

Record type: Artist ;


Harriet (Agate) Carmichael (1817-1871) biography:

Birth: March 29, 1817 in Warren, NY ;
Death: January 12, 1871 in Ossining (Sparta), NY also listed as Brooklyn, NY ;
Sex: Female ;
Ethnicity: White ; 
 Aries ;

Known for: Landscape painting ;
Medium: Oil ;
Technique: Painting ;
Subjects: Landscape ;

Areas: Warren, NY ; Ossining (Sparta), Westchester County, NY ;
Region: North East ;
Lived: Ossining (Sparta), Westchester County, NY ;
Father: Thomas Agate (1786-1856) ;
Mother: Hannah Agate (1778-1853) ;
Relatives: Frederick Stiles Agate (1803-1844), brother, also an artist ; Alfred Thomas Agate (1812-1846), brother, also a miniature artist ; Edward Priestly Agate (1793-1872), brother ;
Spouse: Thomas J Carmichael (1800-1871), husband ;
Children: Thomas (Agate) Carmichael (?-?), son ; Melodia Fredrica Carmichael (1846-?), daughter ;

Training: Likely privately under her brother Frederick Stiles Agate (1803-1844) ;
Instructors: Frederick Stiles Agate (1803-1844) (likely) ;


Exhibited with: National Academy of Design, New York, NY (1833) ;




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Record birth date:
February 7, 2019


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