Franklin Street
Franklin Street

About Daniel Greene

Daniel Greene is lauded for his realist paintings in oil-on-panel and canvas, and particularly for his skillful pastels. His subject matter includes still lifes, figures, scenes of auction houses and New York City subway platforms, and portraits of sitters ranging from first lady Eleanor Roosevelt to astronaut Walter Schirra and political pundit Rush Limbaugh. He is especially drawn to textures and patterns, as evidenced by his detailed rendering of individual subway tiles and the rich array of objects, textiles, and colors in his still lifes. Educating defines his career as much as painting does; In addition to decades instructing students at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League, New York, Greene has written two books on pastels and produced a video series for would-be artists everywhere.

American, b. 1934

Solo Shows on Artsy

2015
Daniel Greene: At the Auction, Gallery Henoch, New York

Group Shows on Artsy

2015
Still Life, Gallery Henoch, New York
2015
Spring Group Show, Gallery Henoch, New York
2014
Holiday Group Show, Gallery Henoch, New York
2014
Them Pretty Paintings, Gallery Henoch, New York