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Edgar Payne Informatiion
If you have questions regarding Edgar Payne and his works we are happy to help.
Edgar Payne: A Retrospective Exhibition at PMCA
Pasadena Museum of California Art is currently working on a retrospective exhibition and publication on Edgar Payne. If you have any materials including paintings, memorabilia on the artist, and would like to be considered contribute to the project, please contact me by email. Thank you.
Years ago I was fortunate enough to visit Goldfield's Gallery in LA, and begin to learn something of this artist. I have owned 3 of his works, and followed his market now for 25 years or so. There are LOTS of paintings being offered "by" EAP, which are obviously NOT. Be careful when buying anything at a price that seems too good to be true.
2nd edition book by Edgar Payne
I have a second edition (1946) of Edgar Payne’s Composition of Outdoor Painting and would like to know if you could tell me how I could find out its value.
A great Master I knew many years ago!
Edgar Payne, was my first old master I worked with and stayed with in his studio...We painted the high sierra's, and I also learned to paint redrock country of New Mexico. He was a friend and great man!
Edgar and Elsie Payne
I happened upon a great article in the Orange County Weekly on the web, by Rebecca Schoenkopf . The article reflects on the work of Edgar Payne but highlights the work of his wife Elsie Palmer Payne who is a lesser known artist but greatly appreciated by those who are familiar with her. The article is filled with interesting tid-bits about the Payne's and thier carreers. I believe the article can be found at this addess: