In Memory of Daniel E. Greene (1934- April 5, 2020)

Updated: May 22

Daniel E. Greene was a highly regarded, iconic artist who's realistic oil paintings and rich pastels influenced generations of artists. In his over six decades of professional painting, he won countless accolades and was known as a master pastelist and renown portrait artist. His paintings and pastels are in over 700 public and private collections in the United States and abroad, including the Butler Institute of American Art, the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Pentagon and House of Representatives in Washington, D.C, the Smithsonian Institution, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. His subjects have included leaders of Government, Banking, Education and Industry.

In his lifetime, he was respected and beloved as a mentor and teacher to thousands of art students. His books and instructional videos have also reached people worldwide and will continue to inspire and give guidance to aspiring artists for years to come.

It is with great sadness that the Allied Artists of America says goodbye to Daniel Greene but it is with admiration and respect that we recognize his contributions to the arts and celebrate his life and his emence achievements.

His devoted wife, artist Wende Caporale is in our thoughts and prayers.