|Birth: ||Mar. 3, 1867|
|Death: ||Nov. 17, 1925|
American impressionist painter.In 1888 he went to Paris and enrolled in the Académie Julian. He developed impressionist in Giverny (France) under influence of Claude Monet.In 1904 he, also an artist, settled in Giverny, becoming members of the small American art colony there.In 1910, Frieseke, Miller, Parker, Clark and Rose exhibited in New York as "The Giverny Group." He developed a serial style of painting like that of Monet, in which the same scene would be depicted at different times of day. his numerous awards were a Bronze Medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; a Silver Medal, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915; and the William Preston Harrison Prize, California Art Club, 1921. He was disabled by a stroke in 1921, four years before his death.
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Record added: Dec 17, 2006
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