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Clarence Braley

 (1854 - 1927)
Clarence E. Braley was active/lived in Massachusetts.  Clarence Braley is known for landscape, figure, glass decoration.

Biography  
Clarence Braley


Biography from the Archives of askART

The following information is from Craig Dougherty who wrote: "I have found a bit more on Mr. Braley in the form of personal data as well as some commentary regarding his ability as an artist."

Mr. Braley was buried in KIANTONE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH CEMETERY, KIANTONE, NY in a family plot or near family members. The cemetery records list his birth and death years as follows: Braley, Clarence E. b. 1854 d. 1927 .

Also, Mr. Braley appears in a manuscript written by Mrs. Elwyn G. Campbell, entitled: "Artists of This Vicinity" (Part Two), submitted at the Roundabout Club in 1921 and at the Fairhaven Colonial Club in 1922 (Fairhaven, Mass.), the short passage reads as follows: "Clarence Braley does decorating of all kinds of artistic work. He also does delightful watercolor."


Biography from the Archives of askART
Clarence Braley was a self-taught landscape painter whose favorite mediums were watercolor and pastel. He was active in New Bedford, Massachusetts from 1875 to 1925 and participated in the New Bedford Art Association. He also exhibited at the Boston Art Club and the Art Institute of Chicago.


Source:
Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art


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About  Clarence Braley

Born:  1854 - East Freetown, Massachusetts
Died:   1927 - New Bedford, Massachusetts
Known for:  landscape, figure, glass decoration