Reposted blog. COLLECTING IMPRESSIONISM, IV MONET, THE TYCOON, AND THE COTTAGE BY THE SEA What do SEPTA, Philadelphia’s transit system, and Monet’s Customhouse, Varengeville below have in common? Oil and transportation magnate William L. Elkins, who was once one of the Pennsylvania city’s wealthiest citizens in the late 19th century. Both establishing the foundation […]
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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.
Those who live by the sea can hardly form a single thought of which the sea would not be part. Hermann Broch* Californian Guy Rose (1867-1952) was an American Impressionist, creating striking landscapes of both the French countryside (near Monet’s home at Giverny) and in his native state. Leading 20th century Austrian and Jewish writer […]
BE SURE TO CLICK ON THE WORK OF ART TO ENLARGE IT. A WEEK AT THE SEA HOMER & THE WEST WIND It was a very familiar sight to see Winslow out on the rocks painting, and particularly after a big storm. I remember one day in the early fall of 1891, when […]