Edwin H. Gunn
Edwin Gunn was a New York-based artist known for his Impressionist landscapes and seascapes. Born in New York City, Gunn studied art at Cooper Union and the National Academy of Design. He quickly became versed in the Impressionist idiom of the day and created vibrant, colorful images of pastoral landscapes and cosmopolitan sites. Gunn’s talent was well-recognized during his lifetime, and he won prizes from the National Academy of Design, the New Rochelle Art Association, and the Salmagundi Club. He also exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago, the American Water Color Society, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Today, his work is featured in the Museum of the City of New York.