(1900 - 1982)
Jane Gray was active/lived in New York. Jane Gray is known for portrait.
Biography Jane Gray
Courtesy of Mark Irwin,
"The Villager," May 21, 1953; "The New York Times," February 5, 1954
Jane Gray (1900-1982) was a well-known American portrait painter active in New York, Philadelphia and Newport, Rhode Island from 1920 to 1964. Her portraits were of prominent persons in various fields, children and every day people.
She founded the Greenwich Village Art School and headed the "Jane Gray Group," which exhibited in New York in the 1950s. This group included the artist and some of her most able students.
Jane Gray was a member of the National Association of Women Artists and she was awarded First Place, "Popular Award," at the 58th Annual Exhibition of the National Association of Women Artists, the Nation
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