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Elihu Vedder
Late 19th c-Early 20th c Painter
American, (1836–1923)
Elihu Vedder was born in New York, the son of Dutch immigrants. He first studied painting with American genre artist Tompkins Mattesonin New York, then in Paris with Francoise Picto. He then moved to Italy to be a pupil of R. Bonaiuti. He remained in Italy for the rest of his life, with the exception of five years which were spent in New York. Vedder was a member of the American Society of Mural Painters, the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Century Society, and was made a National Academician in 1865. His work was most influenced by the Pre-Raphaelites, Doré, Blake, and the art of the Italian Renaissance.

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