Fred Swan (Fred Swan) is a contemporary American artist living in the small town of Vermont. Hence his love for the countryside and for everything that surrounds him.
Whether it be the warm light coming from the windows of a winter house, a maple leaf or dandelions in a meadow in spring. Attention to every detail in the work makes his paintings so realistic that you can smell the blooming flowers in the garden or hear the crackle of fallen leaves.
Although Fred graduated from the US Naval Academy and then taught mathematics for 30 years at Spaulding High School, he continued to be a self-taught artist who developed his own painting style.
In 1979, Fred won the Best Cover for the Saturday Evening Post.
His work became instantly recognizable and was highly regarded.
After retirement in 2000, Fred focused all his attention on painting, he began working all day in his studio.
His work has been featured in several well-known galleries such as Johnson and Johnson, Malcolm Forbes, and the Vermont Council on the Arts.