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 Grant Tyson Reynard  (1887 - 1968)

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Lived/Active: New Jersey/New York/Nebraska      Known for: landscape and figure painting, illustration

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A native of Grand Island, Nebraska, he earned an international reputation as an illustrator, realist painter, teacher and lecturer. He worked primarily from his studio in Leonia, New Jersey, just across the bridge from New York City.

He was the son of Stephen Reynard, a Grand island music store operator and manager of the Grand Island Opera House. There, the young Reynard met and sketched such well-known people as Theodore Roosevelt, Buffalo Bill and William Jennings Bryan. He took an art correspondence course that cost him $60.00 from a Chicago Tribune staff artist, and this convinced him to become a professional artist rather than a musician, a competing interest.

At age 19, he left Grand Island to attend the Chicago Art Institute and later the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. He paid his own way, doing odd jobs including playing the piano.

His first job was in Chicago as art editor of Redbook magazine, and there he met many of the top illustrators in the country. After three years, he went to New York where he studied with Harvey Dunn in Leonia, New Jersey, and within a year he was working for major magazines including Colliers, Country Gentleman, Woman's Home Companion, and the Saturday Evening Post.  He also illustrated several books.

Most of his illustration work was done in charcoal, but he experimented with other media and gradually began exhibiting independently as a fine artist and etcher. He studied with Mahonri Young and Harry Wickey and spent a year traveling and sketching in Europe.

From 1946 until his death, he traveled, taught and lectured at more than 200 American colleges and also served as the President of the Montclair, New Jersey Art Museum.

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