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Abbott Fuller Graves
"Sunny Doorway, New England" Abbott Fuller Graves, Maine, Massachusetts

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  • "Fisherman of Yankee Cove, " Harry Leith-Ross, Boat Landscape
    By Harry Leith-Ross
    Located in New York, NY
    Harry Leith-Ross (1886 - 1973) Fisherman of Yankee Cove Oil on canvasboard 8 1/8 x 10 1/2 inches Signed lower left; also with artist, title, and number '39' on label verso Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania Landscape painter Harry Leith-Ross was born in Mauritius in 1886, a British possession in the Indian Ocean. He came to America as a seventeen year old. Before beginning, some ten years later in 1914, his studies at the Art Students League Summer School in Woodstock, New York at the relatively late age of twenty-eight, Leith-Ross had worked as a commercial artist. He studied with John F. Carlson and Birge Harrison at the League Summer School, and later with C. Y. Turner at the National Academy of Design in New York City. He then went to Paris, studying with Jean Paul Laurens at the Academie Julien and in England with Stanhope Forbes. Long associated with the Bucks County artists' colony in New Hope, Pennsylvania, Leith-Ross may have first gone there in 1912. It is definitely known that he visited the area in 1916 at the invitation of a student he had met when both attended the Art Students League Summer School in Woodstock, John Fulton Folinsbee. Birge Harrison, his former instructor at the League, whom he met again, was also there in New Hope during the winters from 1914 to 1916. The third and last generation of the New Hope colony would be comprised of artists like Leith-Ross, Folinsbee and Kenneth R. Nunamaker. It is somewhat ironic that Leith-Ross, so long affiliated with the New Hope School of American Impressionism...
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  • "Bermuda Landscape with Palm Trees, " Harry Hoffman, American Impressionism
    By Harry L. Hoffman
    Located in New York, NY
    Harry Leslie Hoffman (1871 - 1964) Bermuda Oil on board 16 x 12 inches Signed lower right; estate stamped on the reverse A man with strong academic art training, Harry Hoffman was judged by his peers to have done best with his landscapes when he painted what he saw and set aside the theories. He studied in Paris, worked at Yale University with John Ferguson Weir, and was a student at the Art Students League with Frank DuMond. But Willard Metcalf had the strongest influence, encouraging Hoffman to paint in the style of impressionism. In 1902, Hoffman went to Old Lyme, Connecticut, and stayed at the Florence Griswold...
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    Early 20th Century American Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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  • "Maine Coast, Ogunquit, " Ernest Albert, American Impressionism, Seascape
    By Ernest Albert
    Located in New York, NY
    Ernest Albert (1857 - 1946) Maine Coast, Ogunquit, 1937 Oil on canvasboard 18 x 20 inches Signed and dated lower right; titled on a label on the reverse A distinguished theatrical and scenic designer who also became a landscape painter and muralist, Ernest Albert worked in New York, St. Louis, and Chicago. He was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1857, and showing early talent, received the Graham Art...
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    1930s American Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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    Oil, Board

  • "Mother-Child Autumn Background" John Costigan, Impressionist New York Landscape
    By John Costigan
    Located in New York, NY
    John Edward Costigan (1888 - 1972) Mother-Child Autumn Background, 1947 Oil on board 16 x 12 inches Signed lower right; signed, dated, and inscribed "Orangeburg New York" and as titl...
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    1940s American Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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    Oil, Board

  • "Berkshires Winter Landscape, " Leo Blake, Snowy Stream in Massachusetts
    By Leo Blake
    Located in New York, NY
    Leo B. Blake (1887 - 1976) Berkshires Winter landscape, Massachusetts, circa 1952-53 Oil on canvasboard 12 x 16 inches Signed lower right Provenance: Private Collection, Massachuset...
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    1950s American Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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    Oil, Board

  • "Locomotive Train in Snowstorm, " Guy Wiggins, American Impressionist, Winter
    By Guy Wiggins
    Located in New York, NY
    Guy C. Wiggins (1883 - 1962) Locomotive Train in Snowstorm, 1957 Oil on paperboard 8 x 10 inches Signed lower left; signed and dated on the reverse Guy Carleton Wiggins is best known for his impressionistic snow scenes of New York in 1920's. Wiggins lived in Old Lyme and Essex where he operated an art school. The Connecticut country-side was conducive to his impressionist technique of plein-air painting and broken brushwork.  Ironically, although his work includes many fine Connecticut landscapes, he is best remembered for some snow scenes of New York City. Like many other American Impressionists, Wiggins had one foot in the city and the other in the country (Vermont Hillside, South Londonderry).  Wiggins was born in Brooklyn, New York, went to England with his family as a boy, received an English grammar school education, and traveled widely abroad. He was the son of a prominent artist, Carleton Wiggins, a painter in the Barbizon style who studied with George Inness and admired Anton Mauve and Dwight Tryon...
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    1950s American Impressionist Landscape Paintings

    Materials

    Oil, Cardboard

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    By John Terelak
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    American, b. 1942 John Charles Terelak is recognized as one of America's finest living impressionists. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, he received formal art instruction at the Vespe...
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  • Harbor Scene
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    A fine impressionist oil marine harbor scene painting by Australian American artist Hayley Lever (1876-1958). Lever was born in Adelaide, Australia and studied first at the Adelaide...
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  • 'Rochester, New York', National Academy of Design, Rockport Art Association, Oil
    By Milton W. Holm
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    Signed lower left, 'Milton W. Holm' (American, 1903-1999) and painted circa 1960. This notable American Impressionist was a long-time member of the Rochester Art Club and served as president of the Genesee Group of Painters. The Genesseeans sought to capture the Spirit of Place in their rendering of regional landscapes, and were dedicated to resisting the incursions of European modernism. Holm later became involved with the Rationalists, who he helped to organize in 1939, also in Rochester, and whose artistic goal was "orderly creation and craftsmanship plus individuality." He remained a central figure in the Rochester art colony and served as president of the Rochester Art Club between 1957 and 1959. Holm exhibited nationally with success including at the National Academy of Design...
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  • "The Dutch" Plein Air with Figures & Cars Impressionistic Oil Painting on Board
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    "With shades of Pierre Bonnard’s Parisian street vistas and Edward Hopper’s New York shopfronts, American impressionist Cindy Shaoul’s oil paintings depict the much-loved locales and...
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