Van Dearing Perrine
(1869 - 1955)
Van Dearing Perrine was active/lived in New Jersey, Kansas, Connecticut. Van Perrine is known for landscape, child figure genre, and light filled painting.
Biography Van Dearing Perrine
The following is from Jan Bess:
My mother has been doing genealogy for 18 years. We are related to Mr. Perrine on my Mother's family tree. Her "notes in her research" for Van Dearing Perrine are:
The "New York Times", dated December 11, 1955, page 88: "Died December 10,
1955, in Stamford, Connecticut Hospital, age 87. Lived in New Canaan, CT..
the last four years and before that in Maplewood, New Jersey.
He was a distinguished painter of light; won Altman prize at the National Academy exhibition; was the subject of a book "A Full Life" by Lolita Flockhard, published 1939 by Christopher Publishing House of Boston.
Mr. Perrine wrote "Let the Child Draw," published in 1936 by Frederick Stokes, Co., NYC, w
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