Theodore Earl Butler  (American, 1861-1936) 

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Theodore Earl Butler Biography
1861   Born in Columbus, OH
1886   Set of for Paris, France
1887   Studied at the academies Julian and Colarossi and in the independent atelier of Carolus-Duran
1888   Honorable Mention for his painting La Veuve (The Widow), Paris Salon, Paris, France
1892   Settled in Giverny, France
1892   Married Suzanne Hoschede, Monet's stepdaughter
1913   Returned to the United States to install murals in the suburban New York home of William A. Paine
1913   Contributed two canvases to the International Exhibition of Modern Art (more familiarly known as the "Armory Show"), which was held in New York that year
1918 - 1921   Founded the Society of Independent Artists and served on the board of directors
1921   Returned to Giverny, France
1936   Died in Giverny, France