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Greene’s work has often been illustrated, critically reviewed, and praised in such art publications as ArtNews, Artists Magazine, American Artist, as well as International Artist’s Magazine (Australia), Artists and Illustrators magazine (United Kingdom), Disegnare Dipinsere (Italy), and Artiste’s Magazine (France). Greene’s work has also been seen in the Gannett Newspapers, McCall’s magazine, New York Daily News, New York magazine, New York Newsday, New York Post, New York Times, Christian Science Monitor, and The World and I. He has been featured on CNN, ABC, CBS, Fox News, New York 1, PBS, and NHK Japan Television.

Greene’s portrait subjects have included leaders of government, banking, education and industry: First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt; Author Ayn Rand; Astronaut Walter Schirra; Publisher William Randolph Hearst; many state governors, and the Superintendent of West Point. Several mayors of New York City have sat for him as well as the presidents and chief executives of IBM, Coca Cola, Dupont, the Bank of New York, Columbia, Princeton, Duke, Tufts,
New York University, Yale, Harvard, and many others.

A compilation of Greene’s Subway Series paintings represented New York City on the front and back covers of the Official Guide to the 2004 Republican National Convention.

World renowned artist Daniel E. Greene’s paintings and pastels are found in more than 700 public and private collections. He has taught at the Art Students League and also at the National Academy of Design, where he is an active member.

Greene has been much honored by his artist colleagues. He holds two gold medals for his distinguished work in portraiture, as well as being honored in the Halls of Fame of the Oil Painters Society and the Pastel Society of America. His work hangs in many major museums, most recently at the New York Transit Museum in Grand Central Station, where his Subway Stations exhibition was the inaugural event during the Centennial Year of the New York subway.

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