Theodore Earl Butler

(American, 1861–1936)

butlers garden (green chair) by theodore earl butler

Theodore Earl Butler

Butlers Garden (Green Chair), ca. 1926

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lili and jim at the table by theodore earl butler

Theodore Earl Butler

Lili and Jim at the Table, ca. 1908

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untitled - buildings and trees - old farm - toulgouat house by theodore earl butler

Theodore Earl Butler

Untitled - Buildings and Trees - Old Farm - Toulgouat House, 1926

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Biography

Timeline

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
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
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