Brown, George L.--Born in Boston, Mass. Landscape painter; lived long in Italy, and most of his works are taken from Italian scenery. Successful as an imitator of Claude Lorraine. Since the return to this country, in 1860, he has painted some of his best pictures; one of them, "The Crown of New England," a view in the White Mountains of N.H., was bought by the Prince of Wales. [Appendix; catalogue number "27" appears in the catalogue. In sequence, however, this should be catalogue number "29."]
Catalogue. Detroit Art Association. First Exhibition, February, 1876.