DANIEL E. GREENE 36 PC PORTRAIT Pastels
YGE : 13,14,15,16,17,18
Biographical information for Daniel Greene:
A leading pastelist who paints figure, portraits, and still lifes, Daniel Greene teaches numerous workshops around the country. In 1983, he was inducted into the Pastel Hall of Fame. He also has received the John Singer Sargent Award for lifetime excellence in portraiture and the Medal of Honor from the Portrait Society of America. In May, 2003, he conducted the Grand Opening Demonstration at the International Association of Pastel Societies.
Daniel E. Greene, N.A., has been internationally acclaimed as one of the world’s most renowned pastelists. His portrait subjects include First Lady Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, author Ayn Rand, publisher William Randolph Hearst and commentators Rush Limbaugh and Bryant Gumbel. His works hang in more than 500 public and private collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He is the author of two books, Pastel, and The Art of Pastel. His distinguished awards include the Portrait Society of America Medal of Honor (2001), The Artists Fellowship Benjamin West Clinedinst medal (1999), and the American Society of Portrait Artists John Singer Sargent Award (1995). He was elected to the Oil Painters of America Hall of Fame in 1992 and the Pastel Hall of Fame in 1983. Numerous articles about his art have appeared in The Artist’s Magazine, American Artist magazine and International Artist magazine.
DANIEL E. GREENE 36 PC PORTRAIT Unison Pastels