(1881 - 1945)
Russell Cheney was active/lived in Maine, California, Connecticut, Maryland. Russell Cheney is known for landscape, still life, figure painting.
Biography Russell Cheney
Born in South Manchester, Connecticut, Russell Cheney was a landscape painter who lived in Colorado Springs, and Kittery, Maine. He studied at Yale University, the Art Students League with William Merritt Chase and Kenyon Cox, and the Academie Julian in Paris with Jean Paul Laurens. A major influence on him was teacher Charles Woodbury.
Cheney exhibited with the Society of Independent Artists, the National Academy of Design and at galleries in Los Angeles and Pasadena, California. Although he lived primarily in the East, he spent time painting in California from 1916 and stayed with his sister in Santa Barbara.
1909 [ or 11?] Salon des Artistes Francais [portrait Prof. Canolle]
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