1876: Born in Woodstown, New Jersey; 1888-90: Studied engineering and industrial design at the Spring Garden Institute, Philadelphia; 1893-97: Studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Worked for the Philadelphia Press; 1898: Married Florence Scovel, illustrator and member of the Biddle family; 1889: First important one-man show at Boussod-Valadon Galleries, New York City; 1900: Travelled to England and France. Exhibited in Paris. Became well-known as illustrator for Harper’s Weekly; 1903: Exhibited at Knoedler and Company, New York; 1907: Completed decorations for David Belasco’s Stuyvesant Theatre in New York; 1908: Exhibited with The Eight at Macbeth Gallery; 1910: Participated in the Exhibition of Independent Artists; 1912: First wife, Florence, divorced him; 1913: Invited to exhibited in the Armory Show, however he either refused or ignored the invitation. Married Corinne Baldwin; 1917: Started work at Goldwyn Pictures as art director; 1920: Worked as art director for Inspiration Pictures; 1921: Divorced Corinne, his second wife; 1923: Worked at Cosmopolitan Pictures as art director; 1924: Married Gertrude Chase; 1932: Divorced by Gertrude Chase; 1933: Married Paula Downing; 1937: Exhibited at the Whitney Museum; 1942: Divorced from Paula Downing; 1943-48: Represented by Feragil Galleries, New York. Exhibited with The Eight at Brooklyn Museum; 1944: Exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and at Carnegie Institute Philadelphia; 1945: Exhibited at Philadelphia Museum of Art, “Painters of the Philadelphia Press”; 1949: Appointed Academician of the National Academy of Design; 1950-51: Exhibited at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; 1952: Represented by James Graham & Sons, New York; 1953: Died in New York Hospital.