Painter known for “Lightning and Thunder during the night,” “Feb Thaw,” and various other visionary watercolor pictures. He graduated through the Cleveland Institute of Artwork in 1916 and got his first creative exhibition in NY in the same season. He resolved in rural NY condition, and his paintings demonstrated an excellent reverence for character and an associated disdain for the encroaching risk of industrialization. He wedded Bertha Kenreich in 1922; jointly the couple got five kids. He was a good friend and artistic modern of Edward Hopper.