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The New International Encyclopædia/Minor, Robert Crannell

MINOR, Robert Crannell (1840—). An American landscape painter, born in New York City. He studied under Diaz at Barbizon, France, and under Van Luppen and Boulanger in Antwerp, and traveled in Germany and Italy. He was elected to the Society of American Artists and the National Academy of Design. His pictures have been exhibited in New York, Brooklyn, Chicago, and elsewhere in this country, as well as in the Royal Academy of London and salons of Paris and Antwerp. His works include “Dawn,” “Sundown,” “The Stream,” “October Days,” “The Vale of Kennet,” “Edge of the Wood,” “Interior of the Forest,” “Morning in June,” “Sunrise on Lake Champlain,” “Cradle of the Hudson,” “Close of Day,” and “A Mountain Path.”