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George de Forest Brush was a figure and portrait painter, well known for his "idealized" depictions of activities of Native Americans, his subject matter being studied while he lived in the American West after returning from Europe, around 1880-1886. He was also known for his portraits of women and children, creating what is referred to as his "Madonna portraits."

Publication Date

6-15-2015

Publisher

Keene State College

City

Keene, NH

Keywords

Painter, Portrait Painting, Madonna Portraits, Art

Disciplines

Art and Design

George de Forest Brush Papers

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