U.S.-born painter and ill. He became a fashionable portrait
painter in the 1880s. In Paris, 1890—1901, he was a friend of Whistler
and Rodin, and was influenced by the Art Nouveau. He executed
murals at the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. (1895—96) and the
Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh (1905—15).
Black and Red 1896
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