A portfolio of Watercolors by
Stanley C. Brodey 1920 - 2001, Long Island, New York
Master plein-air watercolorist
Listed in Who Was Who in American Art (Falk)
Studied: Pratt University (NY)
Exhibited at more than 40 shows in 1950's and 1960's, including:
American Watercolor Society
Audubon Artists at the National Academy
National Arts Club (Washington, D.C.)
United States House of Representatives
New York World's Fair 1964
Private collections: DuPont, Rockefeller, J.P. Morgan.
Stanley Brodey was a plein-air watercolorist who was born in Far Rockaway, and lived and painted in Woodmere, Long Island. He recently passed away at the age of 81.
Brodey was consistently honored throughout his career, won more than 120 awards, had more than 40 one-man shows, and he played an active role in Long Island artists' associations. He catalogued and painted many scenes throughout Long Island, including Industrial scenes, beaches, its architecture and shore houses, and its beautiful fields and shorelines. Brodey said: "You don't have to travel far for inspiration. You can find it on Long Island, in almost any corner of the North or South Shore."
He also traveled extensively to New England, painting scenes throughout Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. A dossier about Stanley Brodey will be provided to the buyers of his watercolors, of which we are fortunate to have a large portfolio of his works.
These paintings were purchased from the artist's estate. The general condition of each of these watercolors is excellent. There may be handling marks and fraying at the margins, easily clipped or covered when framed.
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Set of four seasonal city park scenesSold