1861 – He was born on the 27th day of October of this year in St. John’s Newfoundland, USA. He was three years old when their family moved to Boston.
1875 - Because they were not rich, he started working after his basic education at age 14. He also started sketching landscapes and cattle as well.
1886 – He and his brother went to Europe on a cattle boat. After their return to Boston, he realized that we wanted to go to Europe again and started saving some money for the trip.
1890 – Finally, in this year, he managed to travel to Paris where he studied at the Colarossi Academy and the Academie Julien for a period of three years.
1900 – He returned to the USA, where he became a member of The 8, a group of artists led by Robert Henri.
1901 - Many of his subjects are landscapes with figures, as for example, Central Park (Whitney Museum, New York City).
1908 - The group had an influential exhibition in this year, they broke with the academic tradition that reigned at the time and proposed that painting be connected to everyday life.
1913 – He participated in the exhibition of the “Armory Show” in this year.
1914 – He moved to New York City, where he spent the remainder of his life. His work is characterized by rich, powerful color applied in dots and in short brushstrokes.
1924 – He died on the 1st day February of this year in New York City, USA.
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