Emile Albert Gruppe Boy Girl Oil Paintings Listed American
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Emile Albert Gruppe Children Oil on artist board paintings, the first a colorful impressionist work of a young child playing on the beach, signed Emile A. Gruppe 1952 (lower right), measuring 12" x 16" (artwork) / 19.5" x 15.25" (framed). The second work a portrait of a happy smiling young boy incise signed Emile A. Gruppe (lower left), is a wonderful example of his rich and confident brush stroke, housed in a period skyscraper frame, measuring 12" x 10" (artwork) / 15.5" x 13.5" (framed). Both being offered together, both would make an impressive addition to your fine American art collection.
Background: Emile Albert Gruppe 1896-1978 Born in Rochester, New York, Emile A. Gruppe became a renowned New England landscape and marine painter. Although he is best known for his variety of Impressionistic landscapes, he also painted figures and portraits. His modern style was largely inherited from French Impressionist Claude Monet. "Lily Pads," date and location unknown, one of Gruppes landscapes, attests to Monets influence and is similar to some of the paintings in Monets "Water Lily" series. He was the son of landscape artist Charles Paul Gruppe, and was born in 1896 in Rochester, New York. He had a very strong art background. In addition to being raised by an artistic father, he was also educated in art at The Hague in the Netherlands and in New York City at the National Academy of Design and The Arts Students League. He also received instruction from artists George Bridgeman, Charles Chapman, Richard Miller and John F. Carlson, with whom he would later founded, in 1942, the Gruppe Summer School in Gloucester, Massachusetts. He made his permanent studio in Gloucester. His artistic career had begun in 1915, but was briefly interrupted in 1917 when he spent a year in the United States Navy. Gruppes prolific career brought him many awards and memberships. His popular painting "Winter, Vermont," date and location unknown, won the Richard Mitton Award at the Jordan Marsh Exhibition in Boston in 1843. Gruppe spent nearly sixty years working almost exclusively as a plein-air artist, until suffering a slight stroke in his late seventies. His work grew looser and freer as his career progressed. He is best known for his fishing scenes and views of Rockport and Gloucester. Gruppe enjoyed a national reputation, and exhibited widely throughout the United States.
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