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ENNEKING, John Joseph, artist, born in Minster, Auglaize County, Ohio, 4 October 1841. He was educated at Mount St. Mary's College, Cincinnati, Ohio, and studied art in Europe in 1873'6, most of the time in the art schools of Munich and Paris. He was a pupil of Bonnats and D'Aubigny. After his return to this country he opened a studio in Boston, and his works are frequently shown in the exhibitions of the Boston art club. For several years he has made a specialty of New England landscapes in November and winter twilights. He has also been successful as a painter of children's portraits. Among his works are "The Drove," cattle crossing a brook on a November morning (1878); a large "November Twilight" (1880); "Winter Twilight" (1882); "Summer Twilight" (1883); "Cloudy Day in Summer" (1884); "The Coming Storm," '" Indian Summer," and another "November Twilight" (1885). The most successful of his figure paintings are "Springtime" and "Old Lady darning Stockings."
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