(1867 - 1934)
Henry Brown Fuller was active/lived in Massachusetts, Louisiana. Henry Fuller is known for portrait, allegory figure, etcher.
The son of tonalist painter George Fuller, Henry Brown Fuller became a highly respected painter of classical and allegorical works. He was a student of Dennis Miller Bunker at the Cowles School in Boston and of William Merritt Chase and Henry Siddons Mowbray at the Art Students League in New York City.
In 1893, he married Lucia Fairchild. They had two children and spent time at the Cornish Art Colony in New Hampshire, arriving in 1897. They were very social at the Colony and built a large home with a swimming pool and tennis court. Two of his most famous paintings were done in Cornish: "Illusions" and "The Triumph of Truth Over Error," the latter being an allegorical illustration of a text from a book by Mary Baker Eddy of the Christ ... Displaying 750 of 2301 characters.