CHILDE HASSAM IN AMERICA
EXPLORING THE MULTI-COLORED DESERT
Childe Hassam, though not an Oregonian, created some of the best known paintings of Oregon’s landscape……..
His second trip to Oregon in 1908, was primarily focused on the Harney desert in Malheur County.
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American Impressionist Childe Hassam (1859-1935), like his French contemporary Monet, captured the landscape across his native country, often using the vivid colors, dynamic brushstrokes, and luminous light typical of the style practiced by both artists.
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