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Gallery Henoch Now Represents Artist Daniel E. Greene

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Gallery Henoch Now Represents Artist Daniel E. Greene

Gallery Henoch is pleased to welcome artist DANIEL E. GREENE, NA , PSA, AWS
Daniel E. Greene (born in 1934) is considered one of America's leading painters who works in the media of pastel and oil paint.
Greene will have several works on view during the current Winter Group Show including paintings from his Subway Series and elegant pastels from his Still Life Series. A solo exhibition is scheduled for 2015.
About Mr. Greene:

Encyclopædia Britannica considers Mr. Greene the foremost pastelist in the United States. His paintings and pastels are in over 700 public and private collections in the United States and abroad. Highly regarded as a portrait artist, his subjects have included leaders of Government, Banking, Education and Industry. Some of his sitters include First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, Ayn Rand, AstronautWalter Schirra, William Randolph Hearst, "Wendy's" founder Dave Thomas, Commentator Rush Limbaugh, Composer Alan Menken, Bryant Gumbel and Bob Schieffer of CBS TV. Governmental Portraits include Secretary of Agriculture Ann Veneman, Governor Paul Laxalt of Nevada, Governor Gerald Baliles of Virginia, Governor Benjamin Cayetano of Hawaii, and Governor Fob James of Alabama. Business sitters include the chairmen of the boards of Honeywell, Coca-Cola Company, Dupont Corporation, Endo Pharmaceuticals, American Express, The New York Stock Exchange and IBM. Mr. Greene has also painted the Deans, Presidents and Benefactors of Tufts, Duke, Columbia, North Carolina, West Point, Delaware, Penn State, New York, Princeton, Rutgers, Yale and Harvard Universities.

On May 26, 1994 in a special White House ceremony, Mr. Greene presented to First LadyHillary Rodham Clinton a pastel portrait of Eleanor Roosevelt. In 2011, The Butler Institute of American Art acquired Mr. Greene's pastel diptych "Man Flying Kite".


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