(1879 - 1963)
Daniel Putnam Brinley was active/lived in Connecticut, California, Rhode Island. Daniel Brinley is known for limpressionist andscape, genre and floral view painting.
Biography Daniel Brinley
A painter whose landscape and genre paintings reflected his childhood
near Cos Cob, Connecticut, Daniel Brinley remained active in his native
state where he was one of the key figures of the Silvermine Guild of
Artists. His childhood home was at Riverside, just across the Mianus
River from Cos Cob. For much of his life, he was closely associated
with modernists, but his style was a combination of Realism and
Modernism. He was much influenced by the Armory Show of 1912, when
avant-garde art from Europe was introduced in the United States. From
that time, the color of his paintings was intensified, forms flattened,
and compositions were tighter.
He studied at the Art Students
League from 1900 to 1902 with John Twachtman, Brys
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