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 George de Forest Brush  (1855 - 1941)

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Lived/Active: New Hampshire/New York/Tennessee      Known for: Indian figure, portrait and genre painting, teaching

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Stuart C. Brush

George deForest Brush
Brush's daughter, Nancy Douglas Bowditch, whom I visited in l972 in New Hampshire, wrote the 250-page illustrated biography - Recollections of a Joyous Painter, published l970, Noone House, Peterborough, NH. A very precious book on my shelf!

Anne Moore

George de Forest Brush
I am interested in Brush's American Renaissance portraits for a forthcoming publication. I would be very interested in the location and any information on unknown works in this genre by him.

Richard Hypes

Aquatint of "The Indian and the Lily"
I have an aquatint of George de Forest Brush's "The Indian and the Lily." It measures approximately 6 x 6 inches and was produced by A. W. Elson & Company, Boston. I am looking for information on the production date, edition and value.

Thank you,
Richard Hypes

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