Harold Webb Hamilton (January 20, 1892 - September 13, 1949) was an American artist active in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Hamilton was bornin Mexico City. He lived in Mexico City from birth to 1898, then again from 1911 to 1920. There he studied art at the San Carlos Academy. He severed with the U.S. Marines in World War I (1914 - 1918), seeing action and was wounded at Battle of Saint-Mihiel (1918). He then relocated to New York City where he became a commercial Agent of 'All America Cables Inc.' Around 1925, he relocated to Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he lived for many years, eventually becoming president of the International Telephone and Telegraph Company. Around 1937 he relocated to Hyannis, Massachusetts where he dedicated himself to his hobby of making pen and ink sketches of Cape Cod and Florida scenes. Hamilton died on Cape Cod at 57.