Theodore Earl Butler
(1861 - 1936)
Theodore Earl Butler was active/lived in New York, Ohio / France. Theodore Butler is known for landscape, still life, figure, and genre painting.
Born in 1861, Theodore Butler began his training as a student at the
Art Students League in New York City in 1882 with William Merritt
Chase. He then went to Paris, where he exhibited in Salon de
Paris in 1888, and won an honorable mention for the painting, La Veuve.
After this reward, Butler had some important one-man exhibitions at
Vollard and Bernheim Jeune in Paris, and Durand Ruel in New York.
In July 1892, he married Suzanne Hoschede-Monet, Claude Monet's stepdaughter and favorite model as illustrated in his painting Femme a L'ombrelle. When Suzanne died in 1899, Butler married yet another Monet stepdaughter, Marthe, in 1900.
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