1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Ryder, Albert Pinkham
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Ryder, Albert Pinkham
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RYDER, ALBERT PINKHAM (1847- ), American artist, was born at New Bedford, Mass., on the 19th of March 1847. He was a pupil of William E. Marshall and of the schools of the National Academy of Design. Among his better known paintings are: “Temple of the Mind,” “Jonah and the Whale,” “Christ appearing unto Mary,” “The Flying Dutchman,” “Charity,” and “The Little Maid of Arcadie.” He became a member of the Society of American Artists in 1878, and a National Academician in 1906.