1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Rosenthal, Toby Edward

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ROSENTHAL, TOBY EDWARD (1848-      ), American artist, was born at New Haven, Connecticut, on the 15th of March 1848. Removing to San Francisco with his parents in 1855, he there studied painting under Fortunate Arriola. In 1865 he went to Munich, where he was a pupil of the Royal Academy under Strachuber, Raupp and Piloty. Among his more important works are: “Morning Prayers” (Leipzig Museum), “Elaine,” “Trial of Constance de Beverley,” “Dancing Lesson During the Empire” and “Departure from the Family.”