1822 – George Fuller, born on the 17th of January at Deerfield, Massachusetts. Son of Aaron and Fanny (Negus) Fuller of Deerfield, Massachusetts, attained a national reputation as a painter.
1842 – At the age of twenty he entered the studio of the sculptor H. K. Brown, at Albany, New York, where he drew from the cast and modelled heads.
1857 – He was elected a member of the Boston Artists’ Association and Associate of the National Academy of Design.
1859 – Toured Europe for six months before returning home to assume responsibility for the family farm after the death of his father.
1861 – He married Agnes Gordon Higginson and continued to paint as he ran the farm.
1876 – His work exhibited in Boston.
1884 – Died on the 21st of March, at the height of his career.