1858 – Julius Rolshoven was born in Detroit, Michigan.
– Attended the Cooper Union School in New York as well as the Dusseldorf and Royal Academies in Munich.
– Rolshoven would stay in Europe for many years, eventually teaching in Paris and London.
– With the onset of WW I, he returned to the U.S. settling in Santa Fe, New Mexico where he became known for his sensitive portraits and figure studies of the local Native Americans.
1930 – Julius Rolshoven died.