Emile Albert Gruppé

(1896-1978) Born in Rochester, New York, Emile Albert Gruppé lived his early years in the Netherlands where his father Charles Paul Gruppe painted with the Hague school and worked as a dealer.  He studied in the U.S. at the National Academy and in Paris at the the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. In the U.S. he worked primarily from his studio in Gloucester, Massachusetts and is known for his association with the Cape Ann school. Influenced by Monet, he is known mostly for his landscapes.

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