(1896 - 1959)
Glen Allison Ranney was active/lived in Minnesota, Wisconsin. Glen Ranney is known for landscape painting.
Biography Glen Ranney
Ranney was born in Wisconsin and raised in South Dakota. Ranney served in the Medical Corps in WW I. When he returned, he studied at the Minneapolis School of Fine Art, College Art & Design. From there, Ranney traveled to New York City to accept a scholarship at the Art Students League where he worked under George Luks, among others. Upon his return from NYC, he spent 1923-24 painting with fellow Minnesota artist Cameron Booth at the Leech Lake Indian Reservation in Minnesota.
Glen Allison Ranney produced both paintings & lithographs between 1935 and 1943, for the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Project in Minnesota. The goal of the project was to employ artists, during the Great Dep
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