Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 65 (Sale info: $1000.00).
"This picture was awarded the first Hallgarten Prize ($300) as the best oil painting exhibited by an American artist under thirty-five years of age, in the National Academy this year." [P. 9.] "b. Vermont, 1853. Pupil of the National Academy, New York, under Prof. L.E. Wilmarth, N.A., 1870-'71; of the Bavarian Royal Academy, Munich, under Ramsberg and Linden- Schmidt, 1872-'75; of Soyer, Paris, 1877-'78, and of Mesdag, at the Hague, 1879. First exhibited, 1874, at the Kunst Verein, Munich. Elected A.N.A., 1883. Awarded the first Hallgarten Prize, $300, for the picture 'New York Harbor, North River,' in the National Academy exhibition, 1885. Member of the American Water Color Society, the Salmagundi Sketch Club, the Artists' Fund Society, the Boston Art Club, etc." [P. 77; illustration depicts view of distant city from outer harbor. A large rigged vessel dominates the left foreground. The signature of the artist appears in the lower right hand corner.]
Illustrated Catalogue of the Art Department of the Southern Exposition, Louisville, Ky. 1885. (Third Season.) including the Pictures in the American Art Association's Prize-Fund Exhibition, New York, 1885. John P. Morton and Company, Printers, Louisville, Kentucky.
Artist address: 140 West Fifty-Fifth St., New York, New York.
Artist professional affiliation: Associate National Academician; American Water Color Society (New York); S.S.C.; Artists' Fund Society; Boston Art Club.