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MINOR, Robert Crannell, artist, born in New York city, 30 April, 1840. He studied six years in Belgium, France, and Italy, and in 1874 was vice-president of the Societ artistique et littdraire of Antwerp. On his return to the United States he opened a studio in New York, where he has since resided. He is a member of the Society of American artists, and has exhibited in New York, Brooklyn, Chicago, and elsewhere in this country, as well as in the Royal academy of London and the salons of Paris and Antwerp. His works include "Evening"; " Dawn" ; " Studio of Corot"; and " Under the Oaks" (1878). Among those of his later paintings that he has shown at the National academy are "The Wold of Kent, England" (1884); "The Cradle of the Hudson" (1885); "The Close of Day" (1886); and "A Mountain Path" (1887).
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