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DUYENECK, Frank, artist, born in Covington, Kentucky, about 1845. He was a student in Paris for ten years or more, and a pupil of Diez. He sent five portraits to the Boston art club in 1875, contributing to the National academy exhibition in 1877 a portrait of Charles Dudley Warner and a "Turkish Page," the most noted of his works. He sent "The Coming Man" and "Interior of St. Mark's, Venice," to the opening exhibition of the American artists' society in 1878. Other works from his hand are "A Circassian," now the property of the Boston museum of fine arts, and "Italian Girl" and "The Professor," which were exhibited at the Boston mechanics' fair in 1878. He was many years in Munich, and about 1881 went to Florence, Italy, where he has since resided and successfully taught, with the exception of two years that he passed in Boston.
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