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Mosler, Henry

Mosler, Henry Peasant Girl and Doves oil painting on canvas
Peasant Girl and Doves
Painting ID::  19557
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Mosler, Henry Peasant Girl and Doves oil painting on canvas



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  Mosler, Henry
  American Painter, 1841-1920 United States artist, was born in New York, the family removing to Cincinnati when he was about ten years old. Studying drawing by himself, he became a draughtsman for a comic paper, the Omnibus (Cincinnati), in 1855; in 1859-1861 he studied under James Henry Beard, and in 1862-63, during the Civil War, was an art correspondent of Harper's Weekly. In 1863 he went to Desseldorf, where for almost three years he was at the Royal Academy schools; he subsequently went to Paris, where he studied for a short time under Ernest Hebert. His "Le Retour," from the Paris Salon of 1879, was the first American picture ever bought for the Luxembourg. He received a silver medal in Paris 1889, and gold medals at Paris, 1888, and Vienna, 1893.
  Peasant Girl and Doves
  1880 Oil on canvas.

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