Peto, John Frederick

American, 1854-1907 American painter. He trained at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (1877-8), Philadelphia, where he became a friend of William Michael Harnett whose work was a dominant influence on his oeuvre. Peto maintained a studio in Philadelphia, exhibiting at the Academy from 1879 to 1887; he earned a living through occasional work as a photographer, sculptor and painter. After moving to Island Heights, NJ, in 1889,

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Peto, John Frederick The Poor Man s Store oil painting


The Poor Man s Store
Painting ID::  19849
Artist: Peto, John Frederick
Painting: The Poor Man s Store
Introduction: 1885 Oil on canvas and wood Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
   
   
     

Peto, John Frederick Take Your Choice oil painting


Take Your Choice
Painting ID::  19850
Artist: Peto, John Frederick
Painting: Take Your Choice
Introduction: 1885 Oil on canvas.
   
   
     

Peto, John Frederick Ordinary Objects in the Artist's Creative Mind oil painting


Ordinary Objects in the Artist's Creative Mind
Painting ID::  19851
Artist: Peto, John Frederick
Painting: Ordinary Objects in the Artist's Creative Mind
Introduction: 1887 Oil on canvas Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, VT.
   
   
     

Peto, John Frederick For the Track oil painting


For the Track
Painting ID::  19852
Artist: Peto, John Frederick
Painting: For the Track
Introduction: 1895 Oil on canvas National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
   
   
     

Peto, John Frederick Five Dollar Bill oil painting


Five Dollar Bill
Painting ID::  19853
Artist: Peto, John Frederick
Painting: Five Dollar Bill
Introduction: 1900 Oil on Academy Board Metropolitan Museum, Fresno.
   
   
     

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     American, 1854-1907 American painter. He trained at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (1877-8), Philadelphia, where he became a friend of William Michael Harnett whose work was a dominant influence on his oeuvre. Peto maintained a studio in Philadelphia, exhibiting at the Academy from 1879 to 1887; he earned a living through occasional work as a photographer, sculptor and painter. After moving to Island Heights, NJ, in 1889,