Brush, George

Brush, George (de Forest)

(1855–1941) painter; born in Shelbyville, Tenn. He studied with Gérôme in Paris until 1880, then settled in Dublin, N.H. He is remembered for his American Indian works and tender family paintings, such as In the Garden (1906), and A Family Group (1907).
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Rather than painting EAPs with solely a clinical brush, George sees professional members as having a broad set of skills with the ability to adapt interventions (coaching, counseling, and consulting) to the needs of the individual.
Grabbing a brush, George paints a jungle scene with himself climbing a tree.