Sapins et Peupliers aux Dunes

Roy H. Brown1910

The National Arts Club

The National Arts Club
New York, United States

Roy H. Brown was an American painter and illustrator born in Decatur, IL in 1879.

Brown began his career at the Chicago Tribute, where he worked as an illustrator. In 1900, he moved to New York City to study at the Art Students League before traveling to Paris to continue his studies under artists Émile-René Ménard and Jean-François Raffaëlli. He continued living and exhibiting in Paris until the early 1910s.

In the 1920s, Brown established himself as a well-respected landscape painter. In addition to The National Arts Club, he was a member of the American Watercolor Society, National Academy of Design, New York Watercolor Club, and Salmagundi Club.

He died in 1956.


  • Title: Sapins et Peupliers aux Dunes
  • Creator: Roy H. Brown
  • Date Created: 1910

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