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 Charles Jr. Soule  (1835 - 1897)

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Lived/Active: Ohio      Known for: itinerant portrait painting

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Soule Family of Dayton

Two generations of artists who, over sixty year period, painted countless portraits and still lifes all across Ohio and along both sides of the Ohio River.

Charles Soule (1809 -1869), the father, ran away from his Chillicothe home and at seventeen settled in Dayton.  Soon he took to the road as an itinerant portrait painter, traveling as far as St. Louis (and perhaps New Orleans). He spent a few years in and around Cincinnati, where he exhibited at the Western Art Union, but he returned frequently to Dayton.

Charles Soule, Jr.  (1835-1897), also became a traveling artist, working his way along the Ohio River to Portsmouth, Pomeroy, and Ripley, as well as towns in West Virginia and Kentucky.  

Clara Soule (1834-?), the oldest daughter, headed the art department of the Cooper Female Seminary, Dayton, in the late 1850's, then painted portraits in Cincinnati, Warren, Cleveland, and finally, New York City.

Octavia Soule (1844-1908) made a specialty of still lifes.

Ella Soule (1848-?) was a china painter.

Works by the Soules are on view at the Dayton Art Institute.

Mary S. Haverstock, Timeline, by the Ohio Historical Society, March - June 2003.  (Submitted by Edward Bentley, Art Researcher from Lansing, Michigan

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