Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 110 (Sale info: $350.00).
"b. Springfield, Ohio, 1855. Pupil of L'Ecole des Beaux-Arts and of J.L. Gerome, Paris. First exhibited, 1880, at the Salon, Paris. His picture, 'Place de la Bastille,' in the Salon of 1881, was bought by the French government for the Luxembourg, Paris. The picture, 'Port D'Isigny,' in the Salon of 1882, was also bought by the French government. Awarded gold medal at Nice; silver medal at Versailles, and silver and bronze medals at Boston. Awarded prize of $2,500 for the picture, 'A Rough Day, Harbor of Honfleur,' in the first prize fund of the American Art Association, New York, 1885." [P. 76.]
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: 95 Rue de Vaugirard, Paris, France.