See also:American artist, was
See also:born in New
See also:York city on the 3oth of
See also:April 1839, and received his
See also:art training in
See also:Paris under Diaz, and in Antwerp under
See also:Van Luppen . His paintings are characteristic of the
See also:Barbizon school, and he was particularly happy in his sunset and
See also:twilight effects; but it was only within a few years of his
See also:death that he began to have a vogue among collectors . In 1897 he was elected a member of the
See also:National Academy of Design, New York . After 1900 he lived at
See also:Connecticut, where he died on the 4th of
See also:August 1904 .
MINOR (Lat. for smaller, lesser)
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