(1829 - 1875)
Henri Lovie was active/lived in Ohio, Pennsylvania / Russian Federation. Henri Lovie is known for engraving-Civil War genre, topographic views, railroads, landscape painting.
Biography Henri Lovie
Henri Lovie was born in Berlin Prussia in 1829. He immigrated to the United States and established himself in Cincinnati as a portrait and landscape painter, designer, and illustrator by the 1850s. He drew the illustrations for The Ohio Railroad Guide (Columbus, 1854), Zoe; or the Quadroon's Triumph By Elizabeth Livermore (Cincinnati, 1855), Brother Mason, the Circuit Rider; or Ten Years a Methodist Minister (Cincinnati, 1855), The Gallows, the Prison, and the Poor-House by G.W. Quinby (Cincinnati, 1856).
From 1856 to 1859, he and Charles Bauerle maintained an engraving company, and together they produced the illustrations for Man-of-War Life: A Boy's Experience in the United States Navy (Cincinnat
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