Greene standing in front of one of his paintings. Photograph taken for a newspaper story written in 1961 for the Toledo Blade. Inscription on enclosed note (typewritten): "AP Newsfeatures photo please credit For use Sunday, Sept. 10, with Miles A. Smith's New York APN story on Greene Against the tide Artist Balcomb Greene's strong features stand out against one of his shimmering paintings of mountains and sea. Although he has turned his back on the abstract painting which he sponsored when it still was unpopular, he applies lessons he learned from it in his use of light and shadow.
Balcomb Greene, ca. 1961 / unidentified photographer. Louise Bruner papers, 1945-1976. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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