(1843 - 1879)
Everett B D Fabrino Julio was active/lived in Louisiana, Missouri / France. Everett Julio is known for portrait, genre, landscape and animal painting.
Biography Everett Julio
A native of St. Helena in the South Atlantic Ocean, Everett Julio became a landscape, history, genre, and landscape painter who lived in New Orleans and St. Louis. Little is known of his childhood except that as a young man he studied in Paris and then at the Lowell Institute in Boston, apparently supported by parents who encouraged his obvious talent. He was active in St. Louis from 1864 to 1870, and during this time did the work that brought him the most recognition of his career: "The Last Meeting of Lee and Jackson", an 1869 painting of these two figures of the Civil War. The next year, he exhibited it in New Orleans, where he had just moved and settled a studio on Canal Street over the gallery of Frederic Seebold, a gathering place of
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