Artists in Ohio, 1787-1900: A Biographical Dictionary (Google eBook)

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Kent State University Press, 2000 - Art - 1066 pages
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A three-volume guide to the early art and artists of Ohio. It includes coverage of fine art, photography, ornamental penmanship, tombstone carving, china painting, illustrating, cartooning and the execution of panoramas and theatrical scenery.
  

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My purpose is to write a rule-out concerning the unknown Bestor who was a photographer in 1866. William H. Bestor who married Barbara "Nichols" in Lake County in 1865 (her surname is incorrect on the marriage document: it was Niggli) was a boilermaker. My study focuses on the Bestor family, and I'd like to know who the 1866 photographer was. The author only said this "may be" William H., and it is definitely not William H. the boilermaker. 

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Page 102 - I and, after the war, at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and, briefly, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the National Academy of Design, New York City. In 1927 Albright settled in Warrenville, 111., near Chicago. Independently wealthy, he devoted himself to painting. In 1930 he completed "Into the World Came a Soul Called Ida," a portrait of an aging, flabby prostitute looking into a mirror.
Page 45 - Description of Banvard's panorama of the Mississippi River, painted on three miles of canvas: exhibiting a view of country 1200 miles in length, extending from the mouth of the Missouri River to the city of New Orleans ; being by far the largest picture ever executed by man.
Page 74 - Charles H. Morgan, George Bellows: Painter of America (New York: Reynal, 1965); Phillips 1973; Grunwald 1976; Columbus Mus.

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Mary Sayre Haverstock, former Director of the Ohio Artists Project, is an affiliate scholar at Oberlin College, Ohio. Her publications include Artists in Ohio, 1787-1900 (2000).

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