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John Henry Twachtman

American, (1853–1902)
Twachtman was a founding member of The Ten American Painters. He was a pupil of the National Academy of Design, of Duveneck in Munich and Italy, and of Boulanger and Le-febvre at the Academie Julian in Paris.
Twachtman painted Bark and Schooner, 1900, o/c, 25 x 25 inches and regarded the painting as "the best thing I ever painted," as written on the reverse of a sketch of it among the collection of Alden Twachtman. The Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery owns the painting since 1931.

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