Early Fine Art Dealers buys original paintings by over 400 artists.

EARLY FINE ART DEALERS

Early Fine Art Dealers specializes in valuing and purchasing important paintings from the 17th century through the early 20th century. Our buyers are in constant search for fine works of art and paintings, spanning the globe for original well-known Old Master, European, American, and early California art. Each year we preview and participate in hundreds of private sales, art shows, gallery showings, exhibitions and auctions. We are in constant search for fine works to purchase. Please contact us today to discuss the sale of one of your paintings. Please note that our gallery only deals with original paintings. No Prints Please.



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Clifford Prevost Grayson (1857 - 1951)

Clifford Prevost Grayson painted chiefly marine themes. He was a graduate of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. His instructors included Thomas Eakins and Gerome and Bonnet, in Paris.

He was known for paintings that depicted individuals who were waiting for the return of loved ones gone to sea; particularly women, often quite distressed and anguished. He was an award winning artist and his work received acclaim in his own time. He was the recipient of the gold medal for a figure painting awarded by the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.

Clifford Prevost Grayson also worked as a teacher of the arts and was a member of several professional organizations. During 1877 - 1878 he was a member of the Sketch Club. He served as the Chairman of the Jury at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art.

Grayson was involved in two controversies that involved a former teacher. During the year in which he chaired the jury at The Pennsylvania Academy, Eakins' painting was rejected after being determined that it had been displayed at the event previously. When Eakins was dismissed for taking the loincloth off a model at Drexel Institute, Grayson headed the art department.

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