Toby Edward Rosenthal
Moving to San Francisco with his parents in 1855, he there studied painting under Fortunato Arriola. In 1865 he went to Munich, where he was a pupil of the Royal Academy under Strachuber, Karl Raupp and Karl Theodor von Piloty. He received medals in Munich in 1870 and 1883, and in Philadelphia in 1876. Except for some visits home, his professional life was spent in Europe.
- “Love's Last Offering”
- “Spring's Joy and Sorrow” (1868)
- “J.S. Bach and his family at morning prayers” (Leipzig Museum; 1870)
- “The beautiful Elaine,” after a ballad of Alfred Tennyson (1874)
- “Young Monk in Refectory” (1875)
- “Forbidden Longings”
- “Who laughs last, laughs best,” a humorous genre diptych
- “Girls' Boarding-School Alarmed” (1877)
- “A Mother's Prayer” (1881)
- “Empty Place” (1882)
- “Trial of the escaped nun Constance de Beverly,” after Walter Scott's Marmion (Los Angeles County Museum of Art; 1883)
- “Dancing Lesson During the Empire”
- “Departure from the Family”
- “Out of the Frying-Pan into the Fire,” one of his most popular of his works, and frequently engraved (1871)
- Toby E. Rosenthal, Erinnerungen eines Malers (Memoirs of a painter), Munich: Richard Pflaum, 1927.
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- Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Rosenthal, Toby Edward". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press.
- Wilson, James Grant; Fiske, John, eds. (1900). "Rosenthal, Toby Edward". Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography. New York: D. Appleton.
- van der Vekene, Emil: Toby Edward Rosenthal und Constance de Beverley. Eine Dokumentation. Luxemburg, 2011. 130 Seiten. ISBN 999596578X.
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