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 Edward T. Grigware  (1889 - 1960)

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Lived/Active: Wyoming/Michigan      Known for: landscape painting, cowboy genre

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Edward Thomas Grigware   (1889-1956)

Born April 3, 1889 in Caseville, Michigan, he spent his boyhood in Spokane, Washington.  Entered the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts in 1911 and was awarded First Scholarship.  Grigware exhibited in all National and International Watercolor shows.

Memberships:
All-Illinois Society of Fine Arts, the Oak Park Art League,  Palette and Chisel Club (President in 1928), Chicago Painters and Sculptors Association (Vice President 1933),  Chicago Guild of Free Lance Artists ( President 1933).

Principle awards:
Charles Worcester Prize, Chicago 1925;  Edward Rector Prize, Hoosier Salon, 1925;  Art Review Prize, Art Institute, 1926;  Circle Club Prize, Chicago, 1927;  Gold Medal Palette and Chisel Club, 1928;  Gold Medal, Oak Park Art League, 1928;  Silver Medal, Oak Park Art League, 1929;  Municipal Art League Prize, Chicago, 1931;  Gold Medal, Painters and Sculptors Association, 1931.

He died in Cody, Wyoming on January 9, 1960.

Information provided by Edward P. Bentley, researcher of Lansing, Michigan

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