California Impressionist Granville Redmond (1871-1935) expressed in oil the often spectacular beauty of the state where he resided most of his life. He also acted for Charlie Chaplin, who was an admirer of the artist’s works.
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American Impressionist Childe Hassam traveled widely as an artist both in the United and Europe. However, he often returned to his native New England, creating dynamic seascapes such as the work above done on the Isle of Shoals, just off the coast of New Hampshire.
American Impressionist Robert Vonnoh (1858-1933) worked both in France and in the United States, immortalizing the landscape of both countries throughout all seasons.
The End of the Season by American Impressionist William Merritt Chase (1849-1916), though created in another era, symbolizes the transition between summer and autumn. I often show it at this time of year on my arts everyday living blog.
American Impressionist Childe Hassam (1859-1935) was an unusually prolific artist, often creating special moments in art as in The Sonata.
Originally from California, American Impressionist Guy Rose (1867-1925) lived and worked in the early 1900s in the French village of Giverny, the home of Claude Monet. However he spent his final years in his native state, producing a considerable body of landscapes and seascapes.
American Impressionist John Joseph Enneking (1841-1916) often recreated the seasonal outbursts of blossoming orchards in New England for future generations of viewers.
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 Impressionist Childe Hassam (1859-1935) created numerous interpretations of winter, from snowy landscapes to women attired for the season.
THROUGH AN IMPRESSIONIST’S EYES PARADISE IN THE BACKYARD In my mind I have finer pictures than ever before. Ten thousand pictures come and go every day and those are the only complete pictures painted, pictures that shall never be polluted by paint and canvas. John Henry Twachtman* Like Claude Monet, American […]