Charles Allen Winter

American, 1869 - 1942


Charles Allen Winter was born in 1896 in Cincinnati, OH. He was known for his Impressionist paintings and beautiful use of light. He studied at the Cincinnati art Academy with Nobel and Nowottny then traveled to Paris to study at the Adademie Julian with Bouguereau. From 1894-1896 he studied in Rome. He exhibited in the prestigious Paris Salon of 1896 and 898, as well as in America at the Annual Exhibition fo the Art Institute of Chicago. His most famous publicly seen works today may be viewed in the City Hall and High School of Gloucester, MA. He also illustrated many covers for Colliers and Hearst’s Magazines. He died in 1942.

Charles Allen Winter was born in 1896 in Cincinnati, OH. He was known for his Impressionist paintings and beautiful use of light. He studied at the Cincinnati art Academy with Nobel and Nowottny then traveled to Paris to study at the Adademie Julian with Bouguereau. From 1894-1896 he studied in Rome. He exhibited in the prestigious Paris Salon of 1896 and 898, as well as in America at the Annual Exhibition fo the Art Institute of Chicago. His most famous publicly seen works today may be viewed in the City Hall and High School of Gloucester, MA. He also illustrated many covers for Colliers and Hearst’s Magazines. He died in 1942.

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