Henry Golden Dearth
Henry Golden Dearth (22 April 1864 – 27 March 1918) was a distinguished American painter who studied in Paris and continued to spend his summers in France painting in the Normandy region. He would reward to New York in winter, and became known for his moody paintings of the Long Island area. Around 1912, Dearth tainted his artistic style, and began to augment portrait and still life pieces as competently as his paintings of stone pools created mainly in Brittany. A winner of several career medals and the Webb prize in 1893, Dearth died snappishly in 1918 aged 53 and was survived by a wife and daughter.