(1861 - 1942)
Charles Courtney Curran was active/lived in New York, Ohio. Charles Curran is known for genre, figure, landscape, and portrait painting.
An Impressionist figure, genre, and landscape painter, Charles Curran
is known as a prolific artist who created light-filled paintings, often
of young women.
Curran was born in 1861, in Hartford,
Kentucky, but in 1881 moved to Sandusky, Ohio. After studying one
year at the Cincinnati School of Design, he began a distinguished
career when he moved to New York City in 1882 and enrolled in the
National Academy of Design. There he studied under Walter
Satterlee. At age 23, he had his first public exhibition at the
Academy and won numerous prizes from that time onward. Five years
later he received the Academy's Third Hallgarten Prize for A Breezy Day, which was considered the most "meritorious pain ... Displaying 750 of 9204 characters.