(1822 - 1884)
George F. Fuller was active/lived in Massachusetts, New York. George Fuller is known for portrait, figure, genre and landscape painting.
From a poor farming family in Deerfield, Massachusetts, George Fuller
worked a variety of jobs while showing much talent as a portrait
painter. He became interested in painting in 1841, when he
accompanied his deaf-mute younger brother, Augustus Fuller (1812-1873)
on a painting trip through western New York.
Pursuing this new
interest, he studied in the Albany studio of sculptor Henry Kirke Brown
from 1841 to 1842, and then enrolled for two winters at the Boston
Artists' Association while farming during the summers. He also
studied with his aunt, Carolyn Negus, in Boston where he shared a
studio with a cousin, Jonas Holland Howe.
In 1847, Fuller moved
to New York City where he enrolled at the National Academy ... Displaying 750 of 3980 characters.