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Huntington, Daniel 1816- Artist; born in New York, Oct. 14, 1816; was educated at Hamilton College. In 1835 he began studying art with Samuel F. B. Morse (q. v.), president of the National Academy of Design; in 1839 and 1844 visited Europe; and while in Rome and Florence produced several notable paintings. In 1862 and 1869 he was elected president of the National Academy, and served continuously in the same office in 1877-91. His paintings include The bar-room politician; A Toper asleep; portraits: Abraham Lincoln; Martin Van Buren; Daniel Huntington. Albert Gallatin, etc.; figure pieces: Mercy's dream; Sacred lesson; Mrs. Washington's reception; The good Samaritan; Righteousness and peace; The Atlantic cable projectors, etc.
Huntington, Daniel 1816- Artist; born in New York, Oct. 14, 1816; was educated at Hamilton College. In 1835 he began studying art with Samuel F. B. Morse (q. v.), president of the National Academy of Design; in 1839 and 1844 visited Europe; and while in Rome and Florence produced several notable paintings. In 1862 and 1869 he was elected president of the National Academy, and served continuously in the same office in 1877-91. His paintings include The bar-room politician; A Toper asleep; portraits: Abraham Lincoln; Martin Van Buren; Daniel Huntington. Albert Gallatin, etc.; figure pieces: Mercy's dream; Sacred lesson; Mrs. Washington's reception; The good Samaritan; Righteousness and peace; The Atlantic cable projectors, etc.
Huntington, Daniel 1816- Artist; born in New York, Oct. 14, 1816; was educated at Hamilton College. In 1835 he began studying art with Samuel F. B. Morse (q. v.), president of the National Academy of Design; in 1839 and 1844 visited Europe; and while in Rome and Florence produced several notable paintings. In 1862 and 1869 he was elected president of the National Academy, and served continuously in the same office in 1877-91. His paintings include The bar-room politician; A Toper asleep; portraits: Abraham Lincoln; Martin Van Buren; Daniel Huntington. Albert Gallatin, etc.; figure pieces: Mercy's dream; Sacred lesson; Mrs. Washington's reception; The good Samaritan; Righteousness and peace; The Atlantic cable projectors, etc.
Huntington, Daniel 1816- Artist; born in New York, Oct. 14, 1816; was educated at Hamilton College. In 1835 he began studying art with Samuel F. B. Morse (q. v.), president of the National Academy of Design; in 1839 and 1844 visited Europe; and while in Rome and Florence produced several notable paintings. In 1862 and 1869 he was elected president of the National Academy, and served continuously in the same office in 1877-91. His paintings include The bar-room politician; A Toper asleep; portraits: Abraham Lincoln; Martin Van Buren; Daniel Huntington. Albert Gallatin, etc.; figure pieces: Mercy's dream; Sacred lesson; Mrs. Washington's reception; The good Samaritan; Righteousness and peace; The Atlantic cable projectors, etc.
Huntington, Daniel 1816- Artist; born in New York, Oct. 14, 1816; was educated at Hamilton College. In 1835 he began studying art with Samuel F. B. Morse (q. v.), president of the National Academy of Design; in 1839 and 1844 visited Europe; and while in Rome and Florence produced several notable paintings. In 1862 and 1869 he was elected president of the National Academy, and served continuously in the same office in 1877-91. His paintings include The bar-room politician; A Toper asleend while in Rome and Florence produced several notable paintings. In 1862 and 1869 he was elected president of the National Academy, and served continuously in the same office in 1877-91. His paintings include The bar-room politician; A Toper asleep; portraits: Abraham Lincoln; Martin Van Buren; Daniel Huntington. Albert Gallatin, etc.; figure pieces: Mercy's dream; Sacred lesson; Mrs. Washington's reception; The good Samaritan; Righteousness and peace; The Atlantic cable projectors, etc.
Huntington, Daniel 1816- Artist; born in New York, Oct. 14, 1816; was educated at Hamilton College. In 1835 he began studying art with Samuel F. B. Morse (q. v.), president of the National Academy of Design; in 1839 and 1844 visited Europe; and while in Rome and Florence produced several notable paintings. In 1862 and 1869 he was elected president of the National Academy, and served continuously in the same office in 1877-91. His paintings include The bar-room politician; A Toper asleep; portraits: Abraham Lincoln; Martin Van Buren; Daniel Huntington. Albert Gallatin, etc.; figure pieces: Mercy's dream; Sacred lesson; Mrs. Washington's reception; The good Samaritan; Righteousness and peace; The Atlantic cable projectors, etc.
Huntington, Daniel 1816- Artist; born in New York, Oct. 14, 1816; was educated at Hamilton College. In 1835 he began studying art with Samuel F. B. Morse (q. v.), president of the National Academy of Design; in 1839 and 1844 visited Europe; and while in Rome and Florence produced several notable paintings. In 1862 and 1869 he was elected president of the National Academy, and served continuously in the same office in 1877-91. His paintings include The bar-room politician; A Toper asleep; portraits: Abraham Lincoln; Martin Van Buren; Daniel Huntington. Albert Gallatin, etc.; figure pieces: Mercy's dream; Sacred lesson; Mrs. Washington's reception; The good Samaritan; Righteousness and peace; The Atlantic cable projectors, etc.
Huntington, Daniel 1816- Artist; born in New York, Oct. 14, 1816; was educated at Hamilton College. In 1835 he began studying art with Samuel F. B. Morse (q. v.), president of the National Academy of Design; in 1839 and 1844 visited Europe; and while in Rome and Florence produced several notable paintings. In 1862 and 1869 he was elected president of the National Academy, and served continuously in the same office in 1877-91. His paintings include The bar-room politician; A Toper asleep; portraits: Abraham Lincoln; Martin Van Buren; Daniel Huntington. Albert Gallatin, etc.; figure pieces: Mercy's dream; Sacred lesson; Mrs. Washington's reception; The good Samaritan; Righteousness and peace; The Atlantic cable projectors, etc.
Huntington, Daniel 1816- Artist; born in New York, Oct. 14, 1816; was educated at Hamilton College. In 1835 he began studying art with Samuel F. B. Morse (q. v.), president of the National Academy of Design; in 1839 and 1844 visited Europe; and while in Rome and Florence produced several notable paintings. In 1862 and 1869 he was elected president of the National Academy, and served continuously in the same office in 1877-91. His paintings include The bar-room politician; A Toper asleep; portraits: Abraham Lincoln; Martin Van Buren; Daniel Huntington. Albert Gallatin, etc.; figure pieces: Mercy's dream; Sacred lesson; Mrs. Washington's reception; The good Samaritan; Righteousness and peace; The Atlantic cable projectors, etc.
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Huntington, Daniel 1816- Artist; born in New York, Oct. 14, 1816; was educated at Hamilton College. In 1835 he began studying art with Samuel F. B. Morse (q. v.), president of the National Academy of Design; in 1839 and 1844 visited Europe; and while in Rome and Florence produced several notable paintings. In 1862 and 1869 he was elected president of the National Academy, and served continuously in the same office in 1877-91. His paintings include The bar-room politician; A Toper asleep; portraits: Abraham Lincoln; Martin Van Buren; Daniel Huntington. Albert Gallatin, etc.; figure pieces: Mercy's dream; Sacred lesson; Mrs. Washington's reception; The good Samaritan; Righteousness and peace; The Atlantic cable projectors, etc.
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