1861 – Born in Bordentown, New Jersey. He was one of America’s most renowned painters of the sea.
1882 – He entered Academie Julien in Paris.
1908 – He moved to Montclair Heights, New Jersey and earned his studio in exchange for a painting every year for collector William T. Evans.
– He was awarded the Popular Prize at the Carnegie International Exhibition.
– He studied art in Philadelphia and Paris, lived with his wife on the Channel island of Sark for several years, and then settled in the artists’ colony of Provincetown at the end of Cape Cod.
1940 – He spent his final years back in New Jersey and died on September 11th.