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WALTER SATTERLEE (1844-1908)

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Originally appearing in Volume V24, Page 231 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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WALTER SATTERLEE (1844-1908), American figure and genre painter, was born in Brooklyn, New York, on the 18th of January 1844. He graduated at Columbia University in 1863, studied in the National Academy of Design, and with Edwin White, in New York, and in 1878–1879 under Leon Bonnat in Paris. He first exhibited at the National Academy in 1868, was elected an associate of the Academy in 1879, and received its Thomas B. Clarke prize in 1886. He was a member of the American Water Color Society and of the New York Etching Club, and was an excellent teacher. Satterlee died in Brooklyn on the 28th of May 1908. Among his favourite subjects were Arab life and figures in the costume of the colonial period.
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