(1822 - 1909)
Charles DeWolf Brownell was active/lived in Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island. Charles Brownell is known for landscape and still-life painting, tropic.
Biography Charles Brownell
A resident of East Hartford, Connecticut from 1824 to 1860, New York
City from 1860 to 1865, and Bristol, Rhode Island from 1878 until his
death in 1909, Charles Brownell was born in Providence, Rhode
Island. He became known for his landscape and still life
paintings, especially a work titled Connecticut Charter Oak.
1853, he gave up a law career to devote himself to landscape painting,
and studied in Hartford with Julius Bush and Joseph Ropes and exhibited
at the National Academy of Design. He also spent seven consecutive
winters painting tropical scenery in Cuba and six years in Europe.
Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art
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