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 George Frederic Earle  (1913 - 2010)

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Lived/Active: New York/Massachusetts      Known for: easel and mural painting, military scenes, architectural teaching

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QUICK FACTS AND KEYWORDS for George Earle
Birth/Death Lived/Active Often Known For
- 1913 (New Bedford, Massachusetts)
- 2010 (LaFayette, New York)
New York/Massachusetts easel and mural painting, military scenes, architectural teaching
Methods
* Easel Painting
* Murals of Fresco, Mixed Media, Mosaic or Paint
* Sketch, Sketching

  
Media
* Acrylic Paint
* Egg Tempera
* Oil Paint
* Watercolor/Watercolour

  
Subjects
* Military Genre, Figure, Portrait, Battle Scenes
* Portraits

  
Geography/Places Lived and/or Worked
* Mexico and/or Central America

  
Art Association
* American Artists Professional League

  
Teacher
* Diego Rivera
* Ezra Winter

  
Schools
* Rhode Island School of Design, Student
* Swain School of Design-Student
* Yale School of Fine Art, Student

  
Awards/Recognition
* Tiffany Foundation Grant, Fellowship

  
Collections
* Library of Congress

  
Added Description
* Architectural Design, Drawing, Decoration and/or Sculpture
* Art Educator: School Teaching, Public Lectures, Workshops
* WPA New Deal Public Art Programs

  
Exhibition of Art Association
* Allied Artists of America
* American Artists Professional League-

  
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