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Maurice Braun

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Maurice Braun (1877–1941) was an American artist who became known for his Impressionist landscapes of southern California. He was born in Hungary on October 1, 1877; however, by the age of four, young Maurice and the Braun family had migrated to United States, and settled in New York City. His professional studies took him to the National Academy of Design, where he studied the French tradition under Francis C. Jones, George W. Maynard and Edgar M. Ward. In 1901 Braun trained under the American painter William Merritt Chase. He established himself as a figure and portrait painter in New York City, but in 1909 he left for California. Maurice Braun died in San Diego, California, on November 7, 1941. Awards *Hallgarten Prize, National Academy of Design, 1900 *Gold Medal, Panama-California Exposition, San Diego, 1915–16 Memberships *Salmagundi Club *Laguna Beach Art Association *San Diego Fine Arts Association Galleries and Public Collections
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