Studied: Dusseldorf Academy, 1877-80; Lefebvre and Boulanger in Paris.
Exhibited and received awards: Paris Salon, 1886 & 1888; first class medal, Amsterdam, 1887; Art Institute of Chicago, 1891; medal of honor, Berlin, 1891; Art Club of Philadelphia, 1892; medal of honor, Antwerp; 1894; Temple gold medal, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, 1896; first class medal, Vienna, 1898; Pan-Am Expo, Buffalo, 1901; St. Louis Expo., 1904; Corcoran Gallery, 1910; Sesqui-Centennial Expo., Philadelphia, 1926; among numerous others.
Member: National Academy of Design; Paris Society of American Painters; Societe des Beaux-Arts; International Society of Artists, London; Munich Secession; Berlin Royal Academy; New Society of Artists; among others.
In the collection of: Luxembourg Museum, Paris; Corcoran Gallery; Carnegie Institute; National Gallery; Institute of Arts, Detroit; Metropolitan Museum of Art; Los Angeles Museum; Toronto Museum; among others.
Died 1932 in NYC.