I visited the virtual American Art Fair on opening day. What did I think? Can the virtual experience compare to the live one? What artworks caught my eye? Find out here.
Tag: American Impressionism
The Great American Women of Impressionism
Mary Cassatt wasn't the only American woman to play an important role in Impressionism. These three ladies may be less well-known, but each made her own important contribution to the Impressionist art movement here in America. Learn about them through my articles on DailyArt Magazine.
Miss Florence’s Painted Dining Room
Some of the paintings in the dining room at the Florence Griswold House in Old Lyme, CT. Photo by A Scholarly Skater. I recently visited the Florence Griswold Museum - the Connecticut boardinghouse where American Impressionists of the Old Lyme Art Colony stayed and worked during summers in the early-20th century. And I saw the… Continue reading Miss Florence’s Painted Dining Room
The Church at Gloucester by Childe Hassam
Sometimes, I just walk past random paintings in museums and fall in love with them. I went back to enjoy this painting several more times during my most recent visit to the Met. It's The Church at Gloucester, 1918, by American Impressionist Childe Hassam.
American Art of the Week: May Night by Willard Metcalf
Willard Metcalf, May Night, 1906. National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. Photo via the-athenaeum.org. I thought that the title of this painting made it appropriate for today. Willard Metcalf (1858-1925) was an influential American artist from New England. He painted this work in Old Lyme, Connecticut when he was associated with the art colony there.*… Continue reading American Art of the Week: May Night by Willard Metcalf
American Art of the Week: World’s Columbian Exposition by Theodore Robinson
Theodore Robinson, World's Columbian Exposition, 1894. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Photo via the-athenaeum.org. Theodore Robinson (1852-1896) was one of the first American impressionist painters, and he painted at the Giverny, France artists' colony alongside Claude Monet.* This particular painting, one of his late works, is perhaps not as characteristic of his usual style as… Continue reading American Art of the Week: World’s Columbian Exposition by Theodore Robinson
American Art of the Week: Church at Old Lyme by Childe Hassam
Childe Hassam (1859-1935) is one of my most favorite American artists. He is also has the rare distinction of having one of his paintings hang in the Oval Office.
American Art of the Week: Edith Perry at the Window by Lilla Cabot Perry
American Impressionist Lilla Cabot Perry's beautiful painting of her daughter sitting by the window.
December 4th: Late Afternoon, New York, Winter by Childe Hassam
Frederick Childe Hassam, Late Afternoon, New York, Winter, 1900. Brooklyn Museum, New York. Photo via the-athenaeum.org. I think we've already established how much I love paintings of New York City in the snow, since I've written two previous posts on the topic (Snow falls softly on the city: the paintings of Guy C. Wiggins and Snow in… Continue reading December 4th: Late Afternoon, New York, Winter by Childe Hassam
Snow falls softly on the city: the paintings of Guy C. Wiggins
Guy C. Wiggins, "Columbus Circle, Winter", 1911, oil on canvas, 33 1/2" x 40 1/4", Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington D.C. Photo from http://americanart.si.edu. Browsing through the many arts and antiques magazines I get in the mail every month or two, I frequently come across paintings of beautiful New York City street scenes, usually in… Continue reading Snow falls softly on the city: the paintings of Guy C. Wiggins