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Fenimore, Thomas J.notes
Thomas J. Fenimore was 31 years of age when he died of typhoid fever on July 31, 1873 in Philadelphia, PA.  He was, therefore, born either in 1841 or 1842.  He began as a house painter but turned to fine art.  According the his death notice in the Philadelphia Inquirer of August 2, 1873, "some pictures lately painted by him show that he was...
1842 - 1873Anonymous01/13/2013
Bacher, Otto Henrynotes
BACHER, OTTO HENRY (31 May 1856-16 Aug. 1909) was one of Cleveland's first artists to travel to Europe and attain a national and international reputation. The Cleveland native was born on River St. near St. Clair Ave., son of Henry and Charlotte Bacher. He attended the CLEVELAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS. After working as a decorator of lake vessels and local...
1856 - 1909Anonymous01/07/2013
Ames, Daniel F. 1803 - 1886Anonymous01/07/2013
Andrews, Ambrosenotes
Ambrose Andrews was born in West Stockbridge, MA in 1805. He was a painter of landscapes, portraits and miniatures. He studied at the National Academy of Design, NYC in 1824. He started to work as a full time artist shortly after 1824 and was active throughout his life. He worked in Schuylerville, New York in 1824, in Troy, New York from 1829 to 1831,...
1805 - 1870Anonymous01/06/2013
Bebie, Henry 1824 -  1888Anonymous01/05/2013
Champney, Benjaminnotes
Benjamin Champney (November 20, 1817[1] – December 11, 1907) was a painter whose name has become synonymous with White Mountain art of the 19th century. He began his training as a lithographer under celebrated marine artist Fitz Henry Lane at Pendleton's Lithography shop in Boston. Most art historians consider him the founder of the "North Conway...
1817 - 1907Anonymous01/05/2013
Barney, Alice Pike 1857 - 1931Anonymous01/02/2013
Beaux, Cecilia 1855 - 1942Anonymous01/02/2013
Newman, Benjamin Tuppernotes
Benjamin Tupper Newman was born in Bath, Maine. He studied at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the National Academy of Design, Jullen's Art School, and the Beaux Arts in Paris.  He traveled to Europe five times where he painted in southern France and Italy.  He painted scenes throughout the United States - California, Lake Michigan, Colorado, the...
1858 - 1940Anonymous01/02/2013
Osthaus, Edmund Henrynotes
Edmund Henry Osthaus was born in Hildesheim, Germany in 1858. He attended the local Gymnasium and went on to study at the Royal Academy of Arts in Düsseldorf. He was a student of or influenced by a number of artists including Andreas Müller (1831-1901), Eduard von Gebhardt (1838-1925), Ernst Deger (1809-1885) and Christian Kröner/Kroener...
1858 - 1928Anonymous01/02/2013
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