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Charles Frederic Ulrich a lace and linen manufacturer in New York oil painting


a lace and linen manufacturer in New York
Painting ID::  90495
Charles Frederic Ulrich
a lace and linen manufacturer in New York
1884(1884) Medium oil on panel cyf

   
   
     

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     Charles Frederic Ulrich
     Charles Frederic Ulrich (1858, New York City - 1908, Berlin), was an American painter. According to the RKD he worked in the Netherlands ca. 1890. He attended the Royal Academy in Munich, Germany, as did William Merritt Chase, who like him, was influenced by Dutch Golden Age painting and who has been documented as painting his portrait. He was discovered by Thomas B. Clarke, a lace and linen manufacturer in New York who became a collector of contemporary American art. Ulrich painted his portrait in gratitude after his painting "In the Land of Promise, Castle Garden" was shown at the National Academy of Design, where it won the National Academy's first Thomas B. Clarke Prize for Best American Figure Composition.

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