American Impressionist painter most widely known for “Cherry Blossoms,” “Summer months,” and various other images of sun-dappled women. He examined at the Artwork Students Group in NEW YORK and spent fourteen years in Paris perfecting his technique. He was an associate of the famous Giverny Artwork Colony in France. He was created in Owosso, Michigan, and was the grandson of German immigrants. He wedded Sadie O’Bryan in 1905. He and Mary Cassatt, blessed several years before Frieseke, both became prominent American Impressionist painters.