American twentieth century artist Joseph Stella (1877-1946) often depicted the industrial power of the United States, symbolized in modern structures such as the Brooklyn Bridge. However, Flowers, Italy, reflects Stella’s creative bond with his birth country of Italy.
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American master Winslow Homer (1836-1910) traveled broadly throughout the Northeast, especially in New York and the New England states. In the Mountains above depicts how Americans participated in outdoor activities, bringing them closer to nature in wilderness areas such as the Adirondacks.
American artist Granville Redmond (1871-1935) was a popular California Impressionist, who also was a friend of legendary Charlie Chaplin and acted in his movies.
By the time American master Winslow Homer (1836-1910) painted Below Zero, he was living at Prout’s Neck in Maine, often depicting the New England coast during all seasons.
In works like Balcony in Winter above, American Impressionist John Henry Twachtman (1853-1902) captured the haunting beauty surrounding his home in the Connecticut countryside, where he lived several years with his wife and children.
American artist Joseph DeCamp (1858-1923) created this moving portrait of his daughter Sally.
American master Winslow Homer (1836-1910) takes the viewer into the New England snowy countryside through the use of perspective and overall composition.
Take a respite from the freezing cold (if you are living in northern climes). Or just enjoy viewing a summer day by American Impressionist Dennis Miller Bunker (1861-1890).
We ran as if to meet the moon… Robert Frost* Although born in Great Britain, artist Henry Farrer (1844-1903) spent most of his mature career in the United States, creating unique and expressive landscapes often using the medium of watercolor. The poetry of American writer Robert Frost (1874-1963) reflects his creative and emotional ties with […]
“Life,’ wrote a friend of mine, ‘is a public performance on the violin, in which you must learn the instrument as you go along.” E. M. Forster, A Room with a View American artist William Harnett (1848-1892) specialized in still life, especially trompe-l’oeil works, perceived by a “trick of the eye” as three dimensional objects. The novels of […]