(1857 - 1932)
Eugene Leslie Smythe was active/lived in Rhode Island, California, Vermont. Eugene Smythe is known for landscape, coastal prospects.
Biography Eugene Smythe
Eugene Leslie Smythe was born in New York in 1857. Smythe began to study under Frank Millet in 1875; George Inness 1884-5; R.U. Shurleff and D.W. Tryon 1885-6.
Smythe won second prize ($300) Boston Arts Club 1885 and exhibited practically in all exhibitions in 1885-1900. Illustrating magazine ads with Santa Fe, Michigan Central, and Milwaukee, St. Paul 1900-5. Since 1905, he has painted privately and exhibited occasionally. He was a member of the Providence Art Club and A.E. Club. He knew well Winslow Homer, A.H. Wyant, Thomas Hill, J. Francis Murphy, Charles L. Davis, and was helped by all very kindly. Eugene Leslie Smythe died on May 3, 1932.
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