Kenneth Frazier painting, Autumn, Garrison, New York
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Sale: $2,600. Reduced from $3,250
Kenneth Frazier (American, 1867-1949) landscape painting titled "Autumn" in Garrison NY. Oil on canvas, dated 1930, initialed by artist in lower right 'KF'. Size: 25 inches x 30 inches. Kenneth Frazier was a New York artist who worked in a variety of styles: Art Nouveau, Impressionist & Realist. He was an illustrator, as well as a figure, portrait and landscape painter, and worked in both oil and watercolor. He was born in Paris, France, in 1867, to American parents, but grew up in the United States and attended Lehigh University. Later, he returned to France, where he studied at the Academie Julien under the tutelage of Lefevre and Constant. His professional artistic career began in New York City in 1889. He exhibited at the Armory Show in 1913 and was elected an Associate of the National Academy of Design in 1906. He was also a member of the Society of American Artists and the Century Club of New York. He resided in Garrison, NY, where, in 1904, he married Julia Fish Rogers, the daughter of William Evans Rogers and Susan Fish Rogers. He died at his home in Garrison in August of 1949. (The above biographical information excerpted from the AskArt archives.) This example of his painting was acquired directly from the artist by the grandfather of the present owner, who also resided in Garrison. Condition: This painting is offered in its original as-found condition without restoration or cleaning and is in the original frame.