Everett Langley Warner was born in Vinton, Iowa in 1877 and died in Bellow Falls, Vermont in 1963. Warner attended the Academie Julian, Art Students League of New York, Carnegie Mellon Institute, and the Corcoran School of Art. He was a member of the American Watercolor Society, Lyme Art Association, National Academy of Design, The National Arts Club, New York Watercolor Society, Salmagundi Club, and the Washington DC Watercolor Club. Warner also belonged to the Old Lyme Artist Colony. Everett Warner is known for paintings of genre, winter – urban views, and as an etcher.
Exhibitions (partial): American Watercolor Society Art Institute of Chicago Boston Art Club Carnegie Institute/ International Corcoran Gallery, Washington DC Lyme Art Association National Academy of Design Panama Pacific Exhibition of 1915 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Salmagundi Club St. Louis Exposition – World’s Fair 1904 Washington DC Watercolor Club
Collection: Neville-Strass Collection
Award: Julius Hallgarten Prize – National Academy of Design