George Cherepov (1909-1987) was a Lithuanian/American painter known for his range of subjects, including portraits, still lifes, nudes, shore, and dock scenes. The artist worked en plain air, and his preferred medium was oil. During World War II, he traveled widely in Central Europe, where he painted a wide array of subjects. He later moved to America, where he moved between homes in Connecticut and Vermont and created numerous landscapes.His paintings also captured scenes of many of his travel destinations, including the American West, Mexico, Caribbean, Europe, and the Adriatic. He has had exhibitions in Vermont, Princeton, Philadelphia, and New York. Between 1958 and 1970, he hadten one man shows at New York's Grand Central Galleries.