David Dalhoff Neal
(October 20, 1838 - May 2, 1915), was an American artist. David Dalhoff Neal was born to father Stephen Bryant Neal and mother Mary (Dalhoff) Neal, on Middlesex Street, in Lowell, Massachusetts. His grandparents were Stephen Neal, and David Dalhoff and Sally (Bean) Dalhoff of Canterbury, New Hampshire, Dolhoffs that emigrated from Russia in 1763, for whom he was named. His mother's family, the Beans, migrated from Holland in the early 1830s. His aunt Elizabeth Dolhoff was very artistic, and his uncle Jesse Dolhoff was a great singer. He attended Lowell grammar schools, and high school at Lawrence, Massachusetts. Deciding to devote himself to the study of art, he then attended art classes at the recently opened Andover Academy in Andover, New Hampshire. When Neal was 14, his father died and his fortunes were "impaired", so he set sail for New Orleans. Here at the age of 15, he worked the docks as a wharf clerk with a wood shipping firm dealing in Brazilian and Honduran mahogany.

 

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David Dalhoff Neal CromwellVisitsMrJohn-Milton oil painting   

Painting ID::  73840
David Dalhoff Neal
CromwellVisitsMrJohn-Milton
oil painting 1883(1883) cjr

   
   
     

 

 

David Dalhoff Neal After-the-hunt oil painting   

Painting ID::  77884
David Dalhoff Neal
After-the-hunt
Oil on Canvas painting cjr

   
   
     

 

 

David Dalhoff Neal INTERIOR OF ST.MARKS,VENICE oil painting   

Painting ID::  80494
David Dalhoff Neal
INTERIOR OF ST.MARKS,VENICE
Oil on canvas: Interior of St. Mark's, Venice1869 cjr

   
   
     

 

 

David Dalhoff Neal Canvas painting oil painting   

Painting ID::  81193
David Dalhoff Neal
Canvas painting
Oil on Date 1870(1870) cyf

   
   
     

 

 

David Dalhoff Neal Portrait of james-savage oil painting   

Painting ID::  82776
David Dalhoff Neal
Portrait of james-savage
Oil on canvas Date ca. 1870 cyf

   
   
     

 

 

David Dalhoff Neal INTERIOR OF ST MARKS VENICE oil painting   

Painting ID::  84758
David Dalhoff Neal
INTERIOR OF ST MARKS VENICE
Oil on canvas Date 1869 cyf

   
   
     

 

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David Dalhoff Neal
(October 20, 1838 - May 2, 1915), was an American artist. David Dalhoff Neal was born to father Stephen Bryant Neal and mother Mary (Dalhoff) Neal, on Middlesex Street, in Lowell, Massachusetts. His grandparents were Stephen Neal, and David Dalhoff and Sally (Bean) Dalhoff of Canterbury, New Hampshire, Dolhoffs that emigrated from Russia in 1763, for whom he was named. His mother's family, the Beans, migrated from Holland in the early 1830s. His aunt Elizabeth Dolhoff was very artistic, and his uncle Jesse Dolhoff was a great singer. He attended Lowell grammar schools, and high school at Lawrence, Massachusetts. Deciding to devote himself to the study of art, he then attended art classes at the recently opened Andover Academy in Andover, New Hampshire. When Neal was 14, his father died and his fortunes were "impaired", so he set sail for New Orleans. Here at the age of 15, he worked the docks as a wharf clerk with a wood shipping firm dealing in Brazilian and Honduran mahogany.