Elmer Livingston MacRae

Elmer Livingston MacRae (1875–1953) was an American visual player known for his paintings, pastels, and sketches, and for his role as a leading aficionado of the Cos Cob Art Colony, in Greenwich, Connecticut. MacRae was one of the organizers of the influential 1913 Armory Show in New York; he was as a consequence instrumental in founding the American Pastel Society (serving as its first secretary-treasurer), as capably as the Greenwich Society of Artists.

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