Emile Gruppe


Emile Gruppe


Late Afternoon Winter

Oil on Canvas

18 x 20 inches

Signed Lower Left

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Emile Albert Gruppe

(American, 1896-1978)

Emile Gruppe, son of the famous painter Charles P. Gruppe, was born in Rochester, New York in 1896.  He was an American Impressionist painter known for his paintings of fishing boats docked at Gloucester and Rockport village scenes.  He was the founder of the Gruppe Summer School, in Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1942.  His prolific career brought him many awards and memberships.  His popular painting "Winter, Vermont" (date and location unknown) won the Richard Mitton Award at the Jordan Marsh Exhibition in Boston in 1843. 



ASL; NAD; Grande Chaumiere, Paris; with John F. Carlson, Richard Miller, George Bridgman, C. Chapman, Charles Hawthorne


SC; North Shore AA; Gloucester SA; Rockport AA; All. Artists Am.; Longboat Key AA; Sarasota AA; Grand Central Art Gal.; Rochester AA; Audubon Artists; Northern Vermont Artists; New Haven PCC; CAFA; Meriden Arts & Crafts; St. Augustine AA; Academic Artists, Springfield, MA; Woodstock AA


NAD, 1916-38; All. Artists Am., 1934-44 (prize); AIC; Salmagundi Club; Audubon Artists; North Shore AA; Rockport AA; Bridgeport AA; SC; Ogunquit AC (prize); Findlay Gal., Chicago; J. L. Hudson Gal., Detroit; Rochester, NY; Academic Artists, Springfield; Hollywood, CA; Mc Nichols Gal., Naples, FL


LA Mus. Art; Witte Mem. Mus; Univ. Idaho; Webber College; Smith College; San Antonio Mus.; White House, Washington, D.C.; Silverman College, Montreal, Canada; Butler AI; Swope Gal. Art; Rockford H.S.; MacDonalds, Beverly, MA; Gloucester National Bank (murals)


WW59; WW47; Artists of the Rockport Art Association (1946); Woodstock AA