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Charles Aiken

 (1872 - 1965)
Charles Avery Aiken was active/lived in New York, Vermont.  Charles Aiken is known for mural, landscape, landscape, botanic.

Charles Aiken

Director of the Allied Artists of America from 1958, Charles Aiken oversaw this exhibition cooperative in New York City and was also a landscape and portrait painter, muralist, and graphic artist.
The following is from Constance A. Porter of Needham, Massachusetts. My family moved next door to the Aikens in 1924 and we knew him for many years. Charles Avery Aiken lived many years at 102 Woodlawn Avenue in Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts. He never married and lived with his sister, Mary Thaxter Aiken who was a musician and had at least one composition of hers, a violin or piano concerto, recorded. His sister predeceased him by some years but he lived alone in Wellesl  ...  Displaying 750 of 2107 characters.

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About  Charles Aiken

Born:  1872 - Georgia, Vermont
Died:   1965 - New York, New York
Known for:  mural, landscape, landscape, botanic