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Relationships of Bellew, Frank

To explore the relationships between the various bohemian writers and artists who frequented Pfaff's bar, select a person or group, and then select a relationship type. This section of the site is currently under construction; new content is being added on a regular basis.

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acquaintances

Brougham, John (1810-1880)

Bellew published a cartoon in the Picayune which depicted Edward G. P. Wilkins, John Brougham, Boucicault, Cornelius Matthew, Charles Gayler, Fitz-James O'Brien, and Benjamin A. Baker as "playwrights registering their dramatic works before the first copyright law went into effect."

Eytinge, Solomon Jr. (1833-1905)

Bellew was a member of a New York group of artists and writers that existed before the Pfaff's Bohemians that also included Gayler, North, Eytinge, Charles G. Rosenberg, Seymour, and O'Brien.

Gayler, Charles (1820-1892)

Bellew published a cartoon in the Picayune which depicted Edward G. P. Wilkins, John Brougham, Boucicault, Cornelius Matthew, Charles Gayler, Fitz-James O'Brien, and Benjamin A. Baker as "playwrights registering their dramatic works before the first copyright law went into effect."

Bellew was a member of a New York group of artists and writers that existed before the Pfaff's Bohemians that also included Gayler, North, Eytinge, Charles G. Rosenberg, Seymour, and O'Brien.

Nast, Thomas (1840-1902)

Bellew drew an illustration of Nast which appeared in Paine's book.

North, William (1825-1854)

Bellew was a member of a New York group of artists and writers that existed before the Pfaff's Bohemians that also included Gayler, North, Eytinge, Charles G. Rosenberg, Seymour, and O'Brien.

O'Brien, Fitz-James (1828-1862)

Bellew published a cartoon in the Picayune which depicted Edward G. P. Wilkins, John Brougham, Boucicault, Cornelius Matthew, Charles Gayler, Fitz-James O'Brien, and Benjamin A. Baker as "playwrights registering their dramatic works before the first copyright law went into effect."

Bellew was a member of a New York group of artists and writers that existed before the Pfaff's Bohemians that also included Gayler, North, Eytinge, Charles G. Rosenberg, Seymour, and O'Brien.

Seymour, Charles Bailey (1829-1869)

Bellew was a member of a New York group of artists and writers that existed before the Pfaff's Bohemians that also included Gayler, North, Eytinge, Charles G. Rosenberg, Seymour, and O'Brien.

Wilkins, Edward (Ned) G. P. (1829-1861)

Bellew published a cartoon in the Picayune which depicted Edward G. P. Wilkins, John Brougham, Boucicault, Cornelius Matthew, Charles Gayler, Fitz-James O'Brien, and Benjamin A. Baker as "playwrights registering their dramatic works before the first copyright law went into effect."

collaborators

Nast, Thomas (1840-1902)

Bellew is mentioned as one of Nast's colleagues at Frank Leslie's Illustrated Paper (21-2).

O'Brien, Fitz-James (1828-1862)

O'Brien is included in Frank Bellew's 1856 Picayune cartoon "depicting playwrights registering their dramatic works before the first copyright law went into effect (52).

Shepherd, Nathaniel Graham (1835-1869)

Bellew and Shepherd both served as Civil War correspondents for the New York Tribune.

friends

Emerson, Ralph Waldo (1803-1882)

Bellew discusses his knowledge of Emerson since their first meeting in 1855.

Eytinge, Solomon Jr. (1833-1905)

Eytinge was a member of a New York group of artists and writers that existed before the Pfaff's Bohemians that also included Gayler, North, Bellew, Charles G. Rosenberg, Seymour, and O'Brien.

Nast, Thomas (1840-1902)

Bellew is mentioned as a frequenter of Pfaff's who, along with others, found Nast "amusing" and "took him to theatres and other cozy resorts and 'showed him the town.'"

North, William (1825-1854)

North writes a letter to Bellew and his wife instructing them to be happy after his death by suicide.

William North writes a letter to Mr. and Mrs. Bellew before his suicide instructing them to be happy after his passing.

O'Brien, Fitz-James (1828-1862)

O'Brien states that Bellew's "imaginative power and sense of humor are not surpassed, perhaps, by any living caricaturist."

Bellew is referred to as an intimate friend and former roommate of Mr. O'Brien.

Seymour, Charles Bailey (1829-1869)