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McILHENNEY, Charles Morgan, artist, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 4 April, 1858. He studied painting under Frank Briscoe, and anatomy in the Philadelphia academy of fine arts in 1877. He first exhibited in New York in 1882, and has since continued to show pictures in the National academy and at the New York water-color society, of which he is a member. In 1878-'81 he was on a sketching-tour in the south Pacific. His studio is now (1888) in New York city. Among his pictures are "Good Bye" (1883); "A Gray Summer Noon" (1884); "The Shadow of Twilight falls Silent and Gray" (1885); "The Old, Old Story " (1886); and " The Passing Storm" (1887).
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