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John Joseph Enneking

male / American
Biographical information
Education
Akademie der Bildenden Künste (München)
in 1872 for six-month study at the KA at Eduard Schleich the Elder and Adolf Heinrich Lier
Active in
  • Cincinnati (Ohio) 1856 - 1862
    At an early age, his first work was already done during school; after the death of the parents 1856 grew up with relatives in Cincinnati, 1858-61 drawing study at the Mount St. Mary's college. In 1861, participating in the Civil War on the part of the Union Army, after being wounded in 1862 returning to Cincinnati, ibid.
  • Boston (Massachusetts) 1864 - 1965
    Worked for planned studies in Europe in factories and painted landscapes in leisure. From about 1864/65 in Boston, lessons at Samuel L. Gerry.
  • Groot-Brittannië 1872 - 1873
    in 1872 he was finally able to travel to Europe, came to Great Britain
  • München 1872 - 1873
    in 1872 he was finally able to travel to Europe, came to Munich, there six-month study at the KA at Eduard Schleich the Elder and Adolf Heinrich Lier
  • Parijs 1873 - 1876
    1873-76 in Paris pupil of Léon Bonnat and Charles-François Daubigny. Connection and the like to Camille Corot and Jean François Millet,
  • Argenteuil 1873
    painted in 1873 with Monet and Pissarro in the garden of Argenteuil
  • Barbizon 1876
    stay in Barbizon
  • Boston (Massachusetts) 1876 - 1916
    from 1876 permanently resident in Boston, close friends with the painters George Fuller and George Inness
  • Holland (hist. graafschap) 1878
    1878 Pleinair painting in Holland
  • Europa 1907
    1907 further European journeys
active in
died in
Subjects
This field specifies the various subject categories or genres that constitute the oeuvre of the artist in question. The contents of this field are generally based more on the documentation available at the RKD than on the literature.
flower piece, landscape (as genre), still life
Entered on: 1991-12-14; Modification on: 2018-06-26

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