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Clifford Prevost Grayson

 (1857 - 1951)
Clifford Prevost Grayson was active/lived in Pennsylvania.  Clifford Grayson is known for figure, genre, town-sea-landscape.

Clifford Prevost Grayson

A painter of marine genre, especially lonely, anguished women and children waiting for the return of their loved ones, Clifford Grayson was a skilled figure and landscape painter in a basically realistic style with elements of Impressionism.

He was born in Philadelphia where he was a student at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts of Christian Schussele and Thomas Eakins. He then went to Paris where he studied with Jean Leon Gerome at the Ecole des Beaux Arts. He lived in several French coastal areas, settling in Concarneau around 1884 after living for a period in Brittany.

In 1890, he returned to the United States and was in charge of the Art Program at the Drexel Institute in Philadelphia and was very active at the Pen  ...  Displaying 750 of 1086 characters.

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About  Clifford Prevost Grayson

Born:  1857 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died:   1951
Known for:  figure, genre, town-sea-landscape