EMILE ALBERT GRUPPE
American (Massachusetts / Vermont ) 1896-1978
See also :
GRUPPE, Emile Albert (1896-1978)
Birth place: Rochester, NY
Addresses: Gloucester, MA/winters in Jeffersonville, VT
Profession: Painter, teacher
Studied: Art Students League; National Academy of Design; Grande Chaumiére, Paris; and with John F. Carlson,
Richard Miller, George Bridgman, C. Chapman, Charles Hawthorne
Exhibited: National Academy of Design, 1916-38; Allied Artists of America, 1934-44 (prize), 1945-52;
Art Institute of Chicago, 1913, 1915,1920; Springville, UT, 1928 (prize), 1946 (prize); Guilford, CT, 1939 (prize);
Salmagundi Club, prizes, 1941, 1953, 1958, 1959, 1967; Meriden Arts & Crafts, 1939 (prize), 1946 (prize);
Audubon Artists, 1944-52; North Shore Art Association, 1922-52 (prize, 1939), 1958 (prize); Salmagundi
Club, 1913-52; Rockport Art Association, 1925-52, 1956 (prize), 1957 (prize); New Haven Paint & Clay Club,
1933, 1935 (prize), 1936-38 (prize), 1939 (prize), 1940 (prize), 1941-52; Salmagundi Club , 1916-52;
Bridgeport Art Association, 1940 (prize); Ogunquit Art Club, 1941 (prize); Jordan Marsh, 1943 (medal, prize);
Miami Beach AC, 1952; Findlay Gallery, Chicago, 1946, 1948, 1950-51; Lieber Gallery, Indianapolis, 1950;
J.L. Hudson Gallery, Detroit, 1948, 1950; Brodhead Gallery, Rochester, NY, 1948; Champlain Valley Exhibition,
1949 (prize); Academic Artists, Springfield, 1953 (prize); Hollywood, CA, 1955 (prize); McNichols Gallery,
Naples, FL. Other awards: Ranger Fund purchase prizes, 1949, 1953.
Member: Salmagundi Club; North Shore Art Association, 1929-78; Gloucester School of Art; Rockport Art Association;
Allied Artists of America; Longboat Key Art Association; Sarasota Art Association; Grand Central Art Gallery;
Rochester Art Association; Audubon Artists; Northern Vermont Artists; New Haven Paint and Clay Club;
Salmagundi Club; Meriden Arts & Crafts; St. Augustine Art Association; Academic Artists, Springfield, MA;
Woodstock Art Association
Work: Los Angeles Museum Art; Witte Memorial Museum; University of Idaho; Webber College, Smith College,
Northampton, MA; San Antonio (TX) Museum; New Haven Paint and Clay Club; De Cordova & Dana Museum,
Lincoln, MA; White House, Washington, DC; Silverman College, Montreal, Canada; Montclair Art Museum;
Mechanics Inst., Rochester, NY; Greenbrier College, Lewisburg, WV; Springville, UT; J.B. Speed Museum Art;
Butler Art Institute; Swope Gallery Art; Rockford (IL) High School.; Murals: Gloucester National Bank; Calloway Mills,
LaGrange, GA; MacDonalds, Beverly, MA
Comments: Impressionist painter, son of landscape painter Charles P.). Best known for his views of fishing boats
docked at Gloucester and Rockport, and for his Rockport village scenes. Founder of the Gruppe Summer
School, Gloucester, MA, 1942.
Sources: Who's Who 1959; Who's Who 1947; Artists of the Rockport Art Association (1946);
additional information courtesy North Shore Art Association; Woodstock Art Association.
This biography is drawn from the "Who Was Who in American Art" the reference book on the cultural life in the United States.
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