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John Joseph Enneking was a well-known American Impressionist painter. He was an important part of the Boston School of art and is associated with the Boston Area School of Arts. His work reflects the prevailing sentiments of the time. He was a member of the Impressionist movement and was very influential in the development of the American painting style. His portraits and landscapes have become cherished pieces of art.

Enneking was born in Minster, Ohio, and grew up in Cincinnati, where he became inspired by the landscape. He enrolled in art classes at St. Mary's College and served in the Union army during the Civil War. After his service, he returned to Cincinnati, where he lived for several years. Later, he moved to Boston, Massachusetts, where he exhibited his paintings and became a popular figure in the art world.

His collection contains fourteen sketchbooks, twenty paintings, seven photographs, and numerous clippings on his life and work. His notebooks show his thoughts on religion. It is interesting to note that Enneking used to live in Hyde Park, Massachusetts, and spent much of his time in the city. However, his studio was small and had to be relocated several times. It wasn't until the late 1870s that he decided to leave the city for the countryside.

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