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Edward Dufner (1872-1957)

Edward Dufner was a painter and watercolorist of landscapes, portraits and figurative works. He was also a master teacher.
He began his artistic education at the Buffalo Arts Student League and at the Art Students League in NYC with George Brandt Bridgman and Monbray.
He also studied with Jean-Paul Laurens at the Academie Julian in Paris, France as well as with Whistler🎨 in Italy.

He was a member of many prominent art associations, including being made an associate member (ANA) of the National Academy of Design and Arts in 1910 and a full member (NA) in 1929.
Dufner was also a member of the New York Watercolor Society, the American Watercolor Society, the Salmagundi Club, the American Art Association of Paris and the National Arts Club.
He lived in Buffalo from 1903-1907, New York City from 1908-1925, and then settled in Short Hills, New Jersey.
He studied and traveled abroad in Europe for five years, from 1989-1903.
Dufner was an instructor of portrait and still life paintings at the Arts Student League of Buffalo (1903-1907), the Arts Student League of NYC (1908-1917) and at the Peabody Institute (1920). He died in New Jersey in 1957.

Dufner exhibited quite successfully during his lifetime and garnered numerous prizes and awards🎨, including:

Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, 1893 (prize);
The Paris Salon, Paris, France, 1899 (prize);
Pan-American Expo, 1901 (prize);
PA Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 1902-1925 (prize, 1824);
St. Louis Expo, 1904 (prize);
Corcoran Galleries, Washington D.C., 1907-1916;
American Watercolor Society, NYC, 1909 (prize);
Brooklyn Academy of Art, 1912;
Peabody Institute, 1921 (prize);
National Academy of Design and Art, NYC;
Salmagundi Club, NYC;
National Arts Club, NYC;
The American Art Association of Paris, 1900 (First Wanamaker prize).

Edward Dufner è stato un pittore ed acquerellista Americano🎨 di paesaggi, ritratti ed opere figurative.
Era anche un maestro. Ha iniziato la sua formazione artistica alla Buffalo Arts Student League ed alla Art Students League a New York con George Brandt Bridgman e Monbray.
Ha studiato con Jean-Paul Laurens presso l'Academie Julian di Parigi, in Francia, nonché con Whistler🎨 in Italia.

Fu membro di molte importanti associazioni d'arte, tra cui membro associato (ANA) della National Academy of Design and Arts nel 1910 e membro a pieno titolo (NA) nel 1929.
Dufner era anche membro della New York Watercolor Society, dell'American Watercolor Society, del Salmagundi Club, dell'American Art Association di Parigi e del National Arts Club.
Visse a Buffalo dal 1903-1907, a New York City dal 1908-1925, e si stabilì a Short Hills, nel New Jersey.
Ha studiato e viaggiato all'estero in Europa per cinque anni, dal 1989-1990.
Dufner fu istruttore di ritratti e dipinti di nature morte presso la Arts Student League di Buffalo (1903-1907), la Arts Student League di New York (1908-1917) e presso il Peabody Institute (1920). Muore nel New Jersey nel 1957.