Meadowlark Gallery: The Artist Biographies

Charles Warren Eaton (1857-1937)
Charles Warren Eaton was a landscape painter from Bloomfield, New Jersey. He studied at the National Academy of Design; and the Art Students League of New York City. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club; the American Watercolor Society of New York City; the New York Watercolor Club of New York City (founder, 1890); Artists Fund Society of New York City; the Lotos Club which was a men's social club to which many prominent artists belonged. Exhibited: Paris Exposition, 1900, 1906 (gold); Salmagundi Club, 1901 (prize); Charleston Expo, 1902 (med); Art College of Philadelphia, 1903 (gold); the National Academy of Design of New York City, 1904 (gold); St. Louis Exposition, 1904 (med); Buenos Aires Exposition, 1910 (med); Paris; Antwerp; Brussels; London; Cairo. Work is in the Cincinnati Museum; the National Gallery Academy; Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Science; the Montclair Museum; the Hackley Gallery, Muskegon, Michigan; the Nashville Museum; the Arnot Gallery, Elmira, New York. His specialty was landscapes at evening with pine trees or Dutch poplars; canal scenes. He stopped painting in 1927, but continued to circulate his work to many galleries.
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