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Daniel Garber

 (1880 - 1958)
Daniel Garber was active/lived in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana / Europe.  Daniel Garber is known for landscape, still life, and figure painting, art education.

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Daniel Garber


The American artist Daniel Garber was a leading figure in the Pennsylvania School of Landscape Painting, also known as the Pennsylvania Impressionists, a group centered around the village of New Hope in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Born in North Manchester, Indiana, Garber began his formal art training at the Art Academy of Cincinnati in 1897 where he studied for one year with landscape and figure painter Vincent Nowottny and fraternized with the followers of Frank Duveneck known as the "Duveneck Boys." Through the Duveneck connection, Garber was exposed to less academic influences, and he adopted the Impressionist aesthetics of the Ten American Painters upon that group's showing in Cincinnati in 1898. Garber continued his studies in the s  ...  Displaying 750 of 8300 characters.



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About  Daniel Garber

Born:  1880 - Manchester, Indiana
Died:   1958 - Lumberville, Pennsylvania
Known for:  landscape, still life, and figure painting, art education