Robert North (American, 1882-1968) was a painter and architect from East Aurora, NY. North exhibited with the Buffalo Society of Artists 1933-34, the Artists of Western New York 1934-35 (prize) 1936, 1938-39, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY. (Source: Who was Who in American Art).
North’s painting themes include Western New York seasonal landscapes, camping scenes in the Adirondack Mountains, and cathedral & church images.
North designed the Saint Matthias Episcopal Church and Parish House in East Aurora, NY during the 1920’s. North was also a parishioner at the church. There is a section named in his honor, along with the Rector at that time Henry deWolf deMauriac, named ‘All Saints Hall’. North also collaborated on several projects, building and designing homes with Addison Talbott.