Charles E Bradbury

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Charles Earl Bradbury is a listed American painter and teacher, born in 1888 in North Bay, New York.

HE studied at Syracuse University in New York, Academie Julian in Paris, France, the Arts Students League in New York, and the Breckenridge School of Art in Massachusetts. He was known for his Impressionist and sometime Pointillist landscapes and portraits.

He was a Professor of Art at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champlain from 1931 to 1956. His work was exhibited extensively, including at the Salon des Beaux-Arts, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Syracuse University and the University of Illinois's Krannert Art Museum.

He died in 1967.

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Title

Western Landscape

Artist

Charles Earl Bradbury, American ~ 1888 - 1967

Circa

1930's

Signed

Lower Right

Medium

Oil On Masonite

Price

$1200.00

Size

18" by 21"

Style

Impressionist Landscape

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