Online Encyclopedia

DAVID DALHOFF NEAL (1838– )

Online Encyclopedia
Originally appearing in Volume V19, Page 320 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
Spread the word: del.icio.us del.icio.us it!
DAVID DALHOFF NEAL (1838– ), American artist, was born at Lowell, Massachusetts, on the loth of October 1838. He was a pupil of the Royal Academy, Munich, under Max. E. Ainmiller, whose daughter he subsequently married. Later he entered the studio of Piloty, with whom he remained from 1869 to 1876. His picture, " The First Meeting of Mary Stuart and Rizzio," won for him the great medal of the Royal Bavarian Academy of Art. Besides portraits his canvases include " James Watt," a large historical composition shown at the Royal Academy, 1874, " Chapel of the Kings at Westminster " (collection of F. Cutting, Boston) and " Cromwell visiting Milton " (Hurlbut collection, Cleveland, Ohio).
End of Article: DAVID DALHOFF NEAL (1838– )
[back]
DANIEL NEAL (1678–1743)
[next]
EDWARD VANSITTART NEALE (1810-1892)

Additional information and Comments

There are no comments yet for this article.
» Add information or comments to this article.
Please link directly to this article:
Highlight the code below, right click and select "copy." Paste it into a website, email, or other HTML document.