(1898 - 1980)
Alexander Brook was active/lived in New York, Georgia. Alexander Brook is known for still life, landscape, figure and portrait painting.
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Alexander Brook was a realist painter,
whose works consisted mostly of still-life subjects, landscapes, and
figures, often of women. He was very successful in his day,
winning second prize to Picasso's first prize at the Carnegie Institute
International Exhibition of Modern Painting in 1930.
York, he studied at the Art Students League between the years of
1914-1918. It was at the Art Students League that Brook developed
significant relationships with Niles Spencer, Reginald Marsh, Kenneth
Hays Miller, Yasuo Kuniyoshi and, perhaps most significantly, Peggy
Bacon, whom he married in 1920. Along with Kenneth Hayes Miller, Brook
studied with John C. Johansen, Frank V. DuMond, Georg ... Displaying 750 of 7763 characters.