Alice Dalton Brown was raised in Ithaca, New York, studied at L’Académie Julien, Paris; Cornell University, New York; and received a BA degree from Oberlin College, Ohio.
She has had over twenty solo exhibitions in New York City, in addition to several nationally and internationally. In 2018, February – April, The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown Ohio presented a solo show of her work. An overview of her career is in the catalog, Summer Breeze, which accompanied her 2013 solo exhibition at the Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. Her work is in private and public collections including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; The Allen Art Museum, Ohio; The Johnson Museum of Art, New York; The Butler Institute of American Art, Ohio.
Alice resides in the Hudson Valley and in the Finger Lakes, New York. Recently Alice was a visiting Artist at the American Academy in Rome and since then has been creating paintings and pastels derived from her stay in Rome. Her subjects have evolved in the course of her career, invariably invoking images with psychological significance and composed with a focus on light and spatial relationships.
View her catalog from the Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University – Summer Breeze: Paintings & Drawings by Alice Dalton Brown.