1811, Jan 31885, Oct 1
an American painter and portrait artist. He came to New York City with his parents at the age of nine, and in 1822 received a premium from the American Institute for a drawing in India ink. His drawings in the antique class at the National Academy won him the silver medal, but, having joined the Presbyterian Church, he determined to enter its ministry. For two years, he studied theology at Andover and Amherst, at the end of which time he returned to art.
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