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Eugene V. Brewster

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Eugene Valentine Brewster (September 7, 1869 – January 1, 1939) was an American lawyer, editor, artist, and publisher. He was editor and publisher of Motion Picture Magazine, Shadowland, and Motion Picture Classic, which made him wealthy, only to file for bankruptcy years later. He was married four times, most notably to the actress Corliss Palmer.[1][2]

Brewster was born in Bay Shore, New York, the son of Henry and Clotilda Brewster. He attended Princeton University and studied law, becoming admitted to New York State bar in 1894.[3] He first rose to prominence as "boy orator" of Grover Cleveland's 1892 presidential campaign.[4] He was a Chairman of the Democratic Ways and Means Committee, and organized banquets in support of William Jennings Bryan, along with his first wife who founded the Women's Bryan League. He was the Social Democratic candidate for New York Attorney General in 1900.[5]

As an artist he specialized in landscape paintings,[6] and was a founder and president of the Allied Arts Association of Brooklyn.[7][8]


  1. ^ "Brewster's millions gone". The Evening Star. Washington, D.C. August 7, 1931. p. A-3.
  2. ^ "Eugene V. Brewster, 'grand smatterer' and publisher, dies". The Evening Star. Washington, D.C. Associated Press. January 2, 1939. p. A-10.
  3. ^ "Eugene V. Breswter". The Successful American. Vol. 6 no. 3. Press Biographical Company. September 1902. p. 594.
  4. ^ "Eugene V. Brewster". Brooklyn Daily Eagle. January 4, 1939. p. 12.
  5. ^ "Social Democrat's ticket" (PDF). The New York Times. June 17, 1900.
  6. ^ "Extracts from the press on Eugene V. Brewster's exhibition of paintings". American Art News. Vol. 18 no. 20. March 6, 1920. p. 8.
  7. ^ Elson, Louis C., ed. (1912). University Musical Encyclopedia. I. New York: The University Society. p. 88.
  8. ^ "No "modernists" need apply". American Art News. Vol. 16 no. 20. February 23, 1918. p. 1.

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