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Arts Everyday Living: Impressionist Summer-Geraniums in a French Garden to A Country Cottage

  American Impressionist Childe Hassam (1859-1935) was a prolific artist, creating some 3,000 works of art including oils, watercolors, etchings, and lithographs.  His paintings reflect the various places where he traveled and lived, from the intimate garden scene done while he was living in France from 1886-1889, to the rustic old house of East Hampton, […]

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Arts Everyday Living: Gardens of Spring & Summer—Blossoming Flowers, White Birch Grove

  Whether it’s spring or summer, gardens invite us into their realm of blossoming flowers and verdant trees. I could find little information on Polish artist Stanislaw Kamocki (1875-1944) but his painting above is overflowing with the bounty of nature.  German Impressionist Max Liebermann (1847-1935) was honored in his native country for his creative contributions, […]

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Arts Everyday Living: Enchanted Gardens—A Jewel by the Sea and a Castle Hideaway

  I was unable to discover much information on British artist Thomas Edwin Mostyn (1864-1930).  His style varied considerably from the rich, painterly multi-colored palette of the two paintings portraying dream-like gardens (possibly done in the 1920s) directly above and below, to an early work of art Unsolved, created about 1903 characterized by darker tones with an […]

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Arts Everyday Living: Summer Walks in Impressionist Gardens–Escaping Social Distancing

Here’s another mini-gallery of paintings of a favorite theme for our Art Circle.  For gardens have inspired numerous artists especially Impressionists, whether from France such as Renoir and Monet or the United States such as Childe Hassam, William Merritt Chase  and John Singer Sargent.  So enjoy an extended walk through these visionary works of summer! […]

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