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Lowell, Mass., in 1834; educated at the United States Military Academy; went to Europe in 1857; and studied in Paris, where he afterwards made his home. He published Ten O'Clock; The gentle art of making enemies, etc., and painted portraits of Carlyle, Sarasate, his mother, etc.
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