Felix F. de Crano
De Crano studied in London, Paris, and Rome. He came to St. Augustine, Florida from Philadelphia in 1893 to be part of Henry Flagler's Ponce de Leon Artist Colony. De Crano came to the colony with his wife in 1893 and lived in a house that later became Craig Funeral Home and eventually the Flagler College Auditorium. De Crano did portraits, landscapes, genre paintings and still-lifes. He is known for his lush garden views and bright realistic flower paintings sold to tourists. The artist colony was discontinued in 1902 when Flagler relocated to Palm Beach.