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Ryder, Albert Pinkham

Born: 1847 AD
Died: 1917 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Painters

1847 – Born on March 19th in New Bedford, Massachusetts. An idyllic American painter.

1878 – He studied art under William E. Marshall and at the Academy of design, where he began to exhibit.

1884 – His paintings are notable rather for color and effect than for form, and he might be classed as a representative of the impressionist school in this country. Among his works are "Wandering Cow", "Curfew Hour", "Pegasus", "Farm-Yard", "The Waste of Waters is their Field", "Little Maid of Arcady", "Temple of the Mind" and "Phantom Ship".

1917 – Died on March 28th in Elmhurst, New York.