Allied Artists of America 103rd Annual Exhibition

by Matthew Innis |

The Allied Artists of America is one of the oldest, continuously operating art societies in the nation.  Founded in 1914 by artists Ernest Albert, Paul Cornoyer, Marshal Fry, Edmund Greacen, Arthur Powell, Walter C. Hartson, William R. Leigh, Frederick Mulhaupt, G. Glenn Newell, H. Ledyard Towle, H. A. Vincent, and Jules Turcas, this prestigious club has attracted America’s…

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