Edmund Greacen

Edmund William Greacen (1876–1949) was an American Impressionist painter. His responsive career extended from 1905 to 1935, during which he created many vivid works in oil on canvas and board. One of his works, a reproduction of which is at the Smithsonian Institution, was awarded the Salmagundi Club's Samuel T. Shaw Prize in 1922. In accessory to his affect as an artist, Greacen moreover founded, ran and taught in New York City's Grand Central School of Art for higher than 20 years.

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