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 F. Richardson Murray  (early 20th century)

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Lived/Active: New York/South Carolina/Florida      Known for: portrait, landscape, coastal view, and interior scene painting

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F Richardson Murray
from Auction House Records.
The Table -- Central Park West
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following information is from John Moran:

Frank Richardson Murry was my Uncle Frank, professionally known as F. Richardson Murray and was primarily known for portraits painted in pastel.

He studied at Stevenson's School of Art, Pittsburgh, PA.; Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, Art Student's League, New York City; Vesper Lincoln George School, Boston; and at Beaune, France under the auspices of the Sorbonne.

He exhibited at the Art Institute, Chicago; Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh; Philadelphia Academy; Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington; Boston Museum of Art, and Knoedlers, New York, Newport.

Portrait commission patrons included: A.W. Mellon, W.L. Mellon, Ann Harding, Hervey Allen, N.B.T. Roney, Albert Shaw, Walter Chrysler, Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, Lady Augustus Nanton, Judge Joseph Buffington, and the Hon. Frederick W Mansfield.

He was associated with Vanderbilt Studios in New York, and had a year round residence in DeLand, Florida. His last address was at 2545 Brown St., Philadelphia, PA.

The above information was in a printed handout to promote his work, includes a photograph of him at easel with pastel portrait and person sitting for the portrait. He did portraits of myself and two brothers in about 1945 or 46 while visiting our family in Virginia, where he also did several watercolor landscapes at the time.

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