American - b.1872 d.1938
AID studied with Laurens, Benjamin and Constant in Paris. Some of
his etchings are in The Library of Congress. Aid was also a miniature
painter. During the 1920s, he was a part of the Tryon Artists’
Colony. He was well known for his wonderful etchings in Europe as
well as in this country.
de Cluny. etching. 10"w x 8"h.
de Cluny in Paris was built around 1480 as a private estate. Eventually
the French Government bought it, and in 1844, turned it into a museum
of Medieval decorative arts.
1977.2.020 - Gift of The Spartanburg Art Club