Edward K. Williams [1870-1950]

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Edward K. Williams, a landscape painter, was born 1870 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. Edward Williams studied at the Art Institute of Chicago with Freer, Vanderpoel, Fursman, and Krehbiel, and he exhibited there from 1903-1929. These exhibits included many wintery scenes. He also exhibited at the Hoosier Salon, New York Watercolor Club, Herron Art Institute, American Watercolor Society, Brown County Art Gallery Association, and the Chicago Gallery Association. Edward K. Williams was president of the Brown County Art Gallery Association and the Indiana Art Club.