student of Harry Anthony DeYoung and Adele Brunet, Browning was
raised in Brownwood. After study in New York he taught art in
Brownwood. Prior to service in WW II, he lived in New Mexico,
returning after the war to live in Gallup, Taos, and Santa Fe before
returning to Brownwood. He painted many Southwestern and Indian
subjects. He was the leader of the art community, teaching and
selling art from his studio home.