See also:American artist, was
See also:born at Boston, Massachusetts, on the 14th of May 1843 . He was a
See also:pupil of Leon
See also:Paris, and painted the figure and occasional portraits, but later devoted himself almost exclusively to mural de;:oration . His paintings symbolizing lyric
See also:poetry, for the Congressional Library,
See also:Washington; and his decorations for the Appellate
See also:House, New
See also:College, Maine; the enlarged State House, Boston; the Court House, Newark, New Jersey, and the Capitol at
See also:Saint Paul,
See also:Minnesota, are among his most important
See also:works . He became a member of the
See also:National Academy of Design, New York, in 1902 .
GEORGE WALKER (c. 1618-169o)
HORATIO WALKER (1858– )
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