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Edward B. Gay  American  1837 -1928
Born: Dublin,  Ireland 
Died: Mt. Vernon, New York  
Active: Albany, New York  1848
Karlsruhe,  Germany 1862-1864
Mt. Vernon, New York  1867-on
Cragsmoor, New York  1905
Addresses:  New York, New York   
 Mt. Vernon, New York  1868-1928 
 Cragsmoor, New York  summers, 1905-on 
Studied: Albany, NY 
Karlsruhe, Germany 
Instructors: James McDougal Hart 
William M. Hart 
George Henry Boughton 
Friedrich Wilhelm Schirmer (1862-1864)
Carl Lessing (1862-1864)
Exhibited: Brooklyn Art Association 1868-1886, 1891
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 1876, 1890, 1895-1898
Examples of Work: Layton School of Art, Milwaukee 
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 
Minnesota Museum of Art, St. Paul 
Mt. Vernon Public Library, New York 
Specialty: Painter
Style/School: Hudson River School
Subjects Known For: Landscapes
Memberships: National Academy of Design ANA 1869; NA 1907
New York Watercolor Club 
Art Fund Society 
Lotus Club 
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Edward Gay was a landscape painter who really didn't fit into any particular category or school. He learned technique from several artists with whom he studied, but was not markedly influenced by them. His paintings depi... (More)

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