(1859 - 1920)
Charles Francis Browne was active/lived in Illinois, California, Massachusetts. Charles Browne is known for landscape, figure, and mural painting, lithography.
Biography Charles Browne
Born in Natick, Massachusetts, Charles Francis Browne was primarily
active in Illinois as a landscape painter and teacher, and was one of
the original members of the Eagle's Nest Art Colony in Oregon,
Illinois. He was married to the sister of sculptor Lorado Taft.
played an active role in California in 1915 when he was the
superintendent of the United States section of the Panama Pacific
Exposition where he won an award for painting.
He had traveled
West previous to that time when, in the summer of 1895, he and sculptor
Hermon Atkins MacNeil and writer Hamlin Garland took a tour of Indian
reservation in Arizona and New Mexico. Their stops included the
Navajo Reservation, the Hopis at Walpi and Zuni
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