International des Beaux-Arts et des Lettres in Paris; and other societies. He received medals at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, NY, in 1901; the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis, MO, in 1904; the American Art Society in New York City in 1906; Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1910; and the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco, CA, in 1915.
At the National Academy of Design he showed such works as his Burro Train Leaving the Pueblo of Taos in 1882, Hounds in the Brush in 1892, Winter Shepherd in 1906, and Mrs. Allen Potts of Virginia: Her Horses and Hounds in 1911.
At the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts his exhibits included Baying Hounds in 1885, The Wounded Hound in 1898, Steeplechase in 1916 and Veterans: Kennel Portraits in 1930. He also exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago, showing such works as Fox Hounds in 1888 and On the Moors, Barney's Joy in 1913; the Paris Salon; the Boston (MA) Art Club; the American Watercolor Society in New York City; and the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh, PA.
The Smithsonian American Art Museum's Inventory of American Paintings lists a number of his works, among them his Oxen Resting and A Hunter Out with His Dogs. The Parrish Art Museum in Southampton, NY, has his The Hound. Other institutions holding his work include the St. Louis Art Museum, the Worcester (MA) Museum of Art, the Philadelphia (PA) Art Club, the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, and the National Museum of New Zealand.
Sight Size: 28 x 51.5 in.
Overall Size: 32 x 56 in.