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John White Alexander was an American artist and illustrator who specialized in portrait and figure paintings.

Alexander was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Oct 7 1856. In the year of 1875, he started his art career to be a cartoonist as well as a illustrator. In order to receive art trainning, he went to Paris in 1877. One year later, Alexander took part in a colony of American artists. He also went to Italy too where he met Henry James and Mcneill. He went back to his country as an illustrator and well-known portrait artist. In 1895 he was honored a esteemed order for a set of murals. He then spent more time in promoting his art in the United States and gained a lot of custom mural and portrait orders.

John White Alexander passed away  on 31 May 1915  in New York City.

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