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George W. Drew

George W. Drew

1875 - 1968

George Drew was born December 21, 1875 in New York. An academic painter, Drew was the protégée of Realist landscape master Henry Pember Smith (1854 - 1907). Drew favored painting landscapes, particularly homestead scenes. Although he was based in New York City, he painted in upper New York state and throughout the New England area. Drew shunned the Impressionistic trends in favor of Realism. His brush strokes were tight, controlled and confidant and his palette consisted of natural hues. He allowed the daylight of his subjects to bring a richness and brilliance to his scenes. Drew exhibited widely during his career. His work was displayed at the Society of Independent Artists, of which he was a member as well as the National Academy of Design, the Allied Artists of America, the Salons of America, the New York State Fair and the Newark Museum. Currently, Drew's work is represented in the Travers Island Yacht House in Mount Vernon, New York.

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