NameInfoYearsUpdated byDate
Nichols, Edward Willardnotes
Though Nichols began his career as a lawyer, he turned to art as a profession by 1848.  He studied in New York City with Jasper Cropsey and continued his education in Europe in 1853.  In 1858 he opened a studio in the 10th Street Studio Building in New York City which he kept until 1862.  He began exhibiting at the National Academy of Design in 1862...
1819 - 1871Anonymous03/15/2014
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
Newman, Henry Rodericknotes
Henry Roderick Newman (b Easton, New York 1833; d Florence, Italy 1918) was an American painter. A self-taught artist, Henry Roderick Newman was influenced by John Ruskin’s landscape and nature scenes. In 1872, Newman moved to Florence, Italy to study painting and was inspired by the architecture he found there as well as the masterpieces by...
1843 - 1917Anonymous12/23/2012
Nahl, Charles Christiannotes
Carl Christian Heinrich Nahl (Oct. 18, 1818 Kassel - March 1, 1878, San Francisco), later known as Charles Nahl, and sometimes Karl Nahl, Charles Christian Nahl or Charles C. Nahl, was a German-born painter who is called California's first significant artist[1]. Early years He was the son of Georg Valentin Friedrich Nahl (1791–1857) and Henriette...
1818 - 1878Anonymous12/23/2012
Niles, George E.notes
George E. Niles was a lithographer as well as a painter.  He kept a studio at Jackson, NH, where he exhibited the works of many other artists. He exhibited at the Boston Art Club during the years 1873 to 1877. References New Hampshire SceneryThe Boston Art Club Exhibition Record
1837 - 1898Anonymous12/14/2012
Nichols, Henry Hobart 1869 - 1962Anonymous10/19/2012
Nourse, Elizabethnotes
Elizabeth Nourse (b. October 26, 1859 – October 8, 1938) was a portrait and landscape painter born in Cincinnati, Ohio in the Mt. Healthy area. She also was familiar with working with watercolors, painting furniture and sculpting. Biography Born to the Catholic household of Caleb Elijah Nourse and Elizabeth LeBreton Rogers Nourse on October 26,...
1860 - 1938Anonymous07/05/2012
Noble, Thomas S.notes
Thomas Satterwhite Noble (May 29, 1835 - April 27, 1907) was born in Lexington, Kentucky. He grew up on a plantation where hemp and cotton were grown. Noble saw the effects of slavery firsthand and portrayed many scenes of the Old South in his works. He attended Transylvania University in Lexington and studied art with Oliver Frazier and George P....
1835 - 1907Anonymous07/05/2012
Neal, David Dalhoffnotes
David Dalhoff Neal (October 20, 1838 – May 2, 1915), was an American artist. Early years David Dalhoff Neal was born to father Stephen Bryant Neal and mother Mary (Dalhoff) Neal, on Middlesex Street, in Lowell, Massachusetts. His grandparents were Stephen Neal, and David Dalhoff and Sally (Bean) Dalhoff of Canterbury, New Hampshire, Dolhoffs...
1838 -  1915Alexander Lusher04/16/2012
Nicholls, Rhoda Holmesnotes
Rhoda Holmes Nicholls (1854-1930) was an American water-color painter, born in Coventry, England. She was a pupil of the Bloomsbury School of Art in London and won the Queen's scholarship, later studying in Rome under Cammerano and Vertunni. In 1884, after marrying in Sussex Burr H. Nicholls, she removed to the United States and eventually settled...
1854 - 1930Anonymous04/12/2012
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