SAMUEL EDWIN WHITEMAN1860-1922
Samuel Edwin Whiteman was born in 1860 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was known as a landscape painter and a teacher. He taught at the Charcoal Club in Baltimore, Maryland for 25 years and at John Hopkins University. He studied at Academie Julian, Paris with Boulanger, Constant, Lefebvre 1883-89 as well as at Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Whiteman exhibited at the Paris Salon 1886-87 and in 1889; at the Paris Expo 1889, where he was awarded a prize; in The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Annuals from 1890 to 1901, and then again from 1906 to 13; at the National Academy of Design from 1890 to 99; the Boston Art Club, 1896, 1898-99; the Corcoran Gallery Annuals/Biennials, from 1907 to 12; and the Society of Independent Artists. Whiteman died in Baltimore in 1922.