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Relationships of Eytinge, Solomon

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

Bellew, Frank Henry Temple (1828-1888)

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.

collaborators

Boughton, George Henry (1833-1905)

Boughton was part of Eytinge's "circle of artistic companionship."

Nast, Thomas (1840-1902)

Eytinge is mentioned as one of Nast's colleagues at Frank Leslie's Illustrated Paper.

Thomson, Mortimer (1832-1875)

According to Gunn, Sol Eytinge illustrated "Thomson's articles in Frank Leslie's paper" and both lived in Brooklyn (86).

According to Paine, Nast frequently did assignments for Leslie's, and "Eytinge or Nast, sometimes both, accompanied him" (22).

Vedder, Elihu (1836-1923)

Vedder was part of Eytinge's "circle of artistic companionship."

friends

Bellew, Frank Henry Temple (1828-1888)

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.

Boughton, George Henry (1833-1905)

Boughton is mentioned as a member of "Sol's [Eytinge] group of artistic companionship."

Gayler, Charles (1820-1892)

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)

According to Gunn, Nast, Eytinge, and Thomson went to the opera together drunk one night (206).

North, William (1825-1854)

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.

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

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.

Seymour, Charles Bailey (1829-1869)

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.

Thomson, Mortimer (1832-1875)

Gunn notes that Thomson was present at Sol Eytinge's wedding (160).

Winter, William (1836-1917)

Winter is mentioned as one of the people Eytinge met at Bulfinch Place, or "the actors' Mecca," in Boston.

Upon Eytinge's death, Winter expresses sadness over the loss of his "old companion of many years."