STEWART, JULIUS L. (1855- ), American artist, was born at Philadelphia on the 6th of September 1855. His father, William Hood Stewart, was a distinguished collector of the fine arts, an early patron of Fortuny and the Barbizon artists, and lived in Paris during the latter part of his life. The son was a pupil of J. L. Gerome, at the Ecole des Beaux Arts, and of Raymondo de Madrazo. Among his principal paintings are " The Hunt Ball," Essex Club, Newark, New Jersey; " Full Speed," in James Gordon Bennett's collection; " Five o'clock Tea," and " Court in Cairo."
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