Roy Cleveland Nuse


Category: Painting

Roy Cleveland Nuse (1885-1975) played an integral part in both the Bucks County and Philadelphia art scenes. Nuse influenced several generations of artists as a teacher at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, and through exhibitions of his paintings during his long career. He made many portrait and figure paintings of his six children, other relatives, and neighbors. Nuse lived on two different Bucks County farms, in Pipersville and Rushland, and these farms and the surrounding countryside became his most cherished subject for landscape paintings.

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Dorothy and Friends
(1925)
Tags: boy, nude
Tags: boy, nude
The children of James W. Hunsberger
(1922, oil on canvas)
Tags: baby, girl
Tags: baby, boy
Tags: boy, girl, nude

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