Henry Percy Gray (1869–1952) was an American painter. Gray was born upon October 3, 1869 into a San Francisco intimates with spacious literary and artistic tastes. He studied at the San Francisco School of Design and later below William Merritt Chase in New York. While he had some to come Impressionistic tendencies, his basic open to composition and color was derived from the Barbizon School and Tonalism, which were emphasized at the School of Design. He is primarily known for his loving and lush depictions of the Northern California landscape.