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Frank Tenney Johnson (1874-1939)

Frank Tenney Johnson was born near Big Grove, Iowa in 1874. At an early age, Johnson ran away from home and worked as an apprentice to the artist F.W. Heine. Johnson made his way to New York in 1895 where he studied at the Art Students League. Following a period of time when Johnson worked out west as a cowboy, he returned to New York where his paintings earned him national acclaim as a painter of Western life. Having made two earlier trips there, Johnson moved to southern California in the 1920ís and co-founded the Biltmore Art Galleries with his friend Victor Forsyth. Frank Tenney Johnson died in Los Angeles in 1939.

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