George Brevitt Way (b. 1854)

George Brevitt Way (b. 1854)

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1854, George Brevitt Way was the son of artist Andrew John Way. Although very little is known of his career as a landscape painter, he attended the United States Naval Academy and later studied art in Paris. Way’s work was represented at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts annual exhibition in 1877 and from 1880 to 1882. His paintings also appeared at the National Academy of Design from 1877 to 1881, and during these years he was listed as residing in Baltimore.

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He found inspiration for his landscapes among the central Appalachians, and particularly the northern edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains, as seen by painting titles such as Village Scene in Brownsville and Twilight on the Susquehanna.

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