See also:American artist, was
See also:born at Setauket, Long
See also:Island, New
See also:York, on the 26th of
See also:November 1807 . He studied in the
See also:schools of the
See also:National Academy of Design, New York, and in 1832 was made a full Academician . Among his better-known
See also:works are " Turning the Grindstone " and "
See also:Farmer's Nooning," Jonathan
See also:Sturgis collection; " Turn of the
See also:Lenox Library, New York; " Bargaining for a
See also:Horse," New York
See also:Historical Society; " Raffling for a
See also:Goose," M . O . Robert's collection; " Long
See also:Story," Corcoran
See also:Art Gallery,
See also:Washington; and " War
See also:News," Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York . He died at Setauket, Long Island, on the 19th of November 1868 . His
See also:brother, Shepard Alonzo
See also:Mount (1804-1868), also an artist, best known as a portrait painter, became a National Academician in 1842 .
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