Impressionist Maurice Braun (1877-1941) was an American craftsman known for his Impressionist scenes of southern California. He was brought into the world in Hungary on October first, 1877; be that as it may, by the age of four, youthful Maurice and the Braun family had relocated to the United States and gotten comfortable in New York City. His expert examinations took him to the National Academy of Design, where he considered the French custom under Francis C. Jones, George W. Maynard, and Edgar M. Ward. Maurice Braun, Mission Valley, 1919 (coll. Steven Stern) In 1901, Braun prepared under the American painter William Merritt Chase (1849-1916). He set himself up as a figure and picture painter in New York City, yet in 1909 he left for California. Maurice Braun passed on in San Diego, California, on November seventh, 1941.