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Jean Paul Selinger (1850-1909) and Emily Selinger (1848-1927), husband and wife, had summer art studios at the Glen House and the Crawford House. Born in Boston, Jean Paul studied at the Lowell Institute and in 1875 he went to Germany to study at the Munich Academy with Wilhelm Leibl. Upon returning, he opened an art studio in Providence, Rhode Island, and married Emily McGary, also an artist. The Selingers had a studio in Boston and a summer art studio at the Glen House, Pinkham Notch in the 1880s. In 1894 the Selingers moved into the former studio of Frank H. Shapleigh at the Crawford House. In August 1894 the Selingers accepted an invitation to serve on the board of judges for a North Conway Coaching Parade Committee. Jean Paul painted numerous portraits, still-life paintings, and White Mountain landscapes. Emily painted both watercolors and oils of local flora. Jean Paul was a member of the Boston Art Club. He exhibited at the National Academy of Design in 1880 and the Paint and Clay Club in Boston in 1889.

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Jean Paul Selinger Rowland Gibson Hazard oil painting artist


Jean Paul Selinger Rowland Gibson Hazard oil painting artist

Rowland Gibson Hazard
Painting ID::  74710
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English: "Rowland Gibson Hazard (1801-1888), oil on canvas, painted by Jean Paul Selinger. 44 1/2 in. x 34 1/2 in. Courtesy of the Brown University Portrait Collection, Brown University, Providence, R.I. Date 1880 cyf

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