Skip to main content

Walter Launt Palmer Art

to
3
3
1
1
1
2
1
Overall Height
to
Overall Width
to
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
6,793
2,845
2,518
1,234
2
1
1
1
1
Artist: Walter Launt Palmer
Winter Stream by Walter Launt Palmer (American, 1854-1932)
By Walter Launt Palmer
Located in New York, NY
The work of American artist Walter Launt Palmer (1854-1932) provides a bridge between the traditional landscapes of the Hudson River School and the more modern work of the American Impressionist movement. "Winter Stream" reveals Palmer's mastery of color through delicate color variations and blue shadows used to depict white snow. It is a fine example of the snowladen Hudson River Valley landscapes...
Category

19th Century American Impressionist Walter Launt Palmer Art

Materials

Mixed Media, Paper

Winter Scene
By Walter Launt Palmer
Located in New York, NY
In this prototypical oil painting, Walter Launt Palmer's title as "the painter of the American winter" can be vividly and brilliantly seen. As an impressionist painter that emerged at the turn of the 20th century, Palmer took great interest in the picturesque American landscape, though he particularly focused on the rendering of this landscape glistening with snow. His pictures evoke an unreplicable natural serenity, and in this oil painting "The Winter Scene...
Category

Early 20th Century American Impressionist Walter Launt Palmer Art

Materials

Oil

Moonrise Over a Snowy Landscape
By Walter Launt Palmer
Located in New York, NY
Signed lower right: −W.L. PALMER−
Category

19th Century American Impressionist Walter Launt Palmer Art

Materials

Crayon, Watercolor, Gouache

Related Items
Fall in the California Foothills Original Oil Painting 1950s
Located in Soquel, CA
Fall in the California Foothills Original Oil Painting 1950s Well executed California Oil painting of the Lower Foothills near Santa Cruz, California by an unknown artist (American,...
Category

1950s American Impressionist Walter Launt Palmer Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Homestead, Regional American Landscape by Pennsylvania Impressionist
By Harry Leith-Ross
Located in Doylestown, PA
"Homestead" is a regional, American landscape by Pennsylvania Impressionist and New Hope School painter Harry Leith-Ross. The painting is a 14" x 19" watercolor on paper, signed "Lei...
Category

1940s American Impressionist Walter Launt Palmer Art

Materials

Watercolor, Archival Paper

Winter Houses, American Impressionist Snowy Landscape, Signed and Framed
By Albert Van Nesse Greene
Located in Doylestown, PA
"Winter Houses" is a countryside, snowy village scene. The landscape was painted by American Impressionist Albert Van Nesse Greene. The painting is a 8.75...
Category

Early 20th Century American Impressionist Walter Launt Palmer Art

Materials

Watercolor, Gouache, Archival Paper

"An Afternoon Along the Seine, Paris" Impressionist Oil Painting on Canvas Scene
Located in New York, NY
An exceptional impressionistic depiction of an afternoon along the Seine in Paris by Mario Passoni, on a spring day with the busy activities of people wa...
Category

Late 20th Century American Impressionist Walter Launt Palmer Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Cowboy in the Canyon, Small Contemporary Multicolor Abstract Figural Landscape
By Tiffanie Mang
Located in Soquel, CA
Small-scale yet bold multi-colored abstracted figurative landscape of a horse rider in a canyon (a study after Edgar Payne’s works) by Tiffanie Mang (Ameri...
Category

2010s American Impressionist Walter Launt Palmer Art

Materials

Gouache, Cardboard

Doctor Lake, Wisconsin Landscape, Burnett County
By George Raab
Located in Grand Rapids, MI
George Raab (American, 1866 - 1943) Signed: G. Raab 1912 (Lower, Right) " Doctor Lake ", 1912 Oil on Canvas 18" x 22" Housed in a 3" Period Carved Frame in the style of Newcomb ...
Category

Early 20th Century American Impressionist Walter Launt Palmer Art

Materials

Oil, Canvas

"Train Station, " Max Kuehne, Industrial City Scene, American Impressionism
By Max Kuehne
Located in New York, NY
Max Kuehne (1880 - 1968) Train Station, circa 1910 Watercolor on paper 8 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches Signed lower right Provenance: Private Collection, Illinois Max Kuehne was born in Halle, Germany on November 7, 1880. During his adolescence the family immigrated to America and settled in Flushing, New York. As a young man, Max was active in rowing events, bicycle racing, swimming and sailing. After experimenting with various occupations, Kuehne decided to study art, which led him to William Merritt Chase's famous school in New York; he was trained by Chase himself, then by Kenneth Hayes Miller. Chase was at the peak of his career, and his portraits were especially in demand. Kuehne would have profited from Chase's invaluable lessons in technique, as well as his inspirational personality. Miller, only four years older than Kuehne, was another of the many artists to benefit from Chase's teachings. Even though Miller still would have been under the spell of Chase upon Kuehne's arrival, he was already experimenting with an aestheticism that went beyond Chase's realism and virtuosity of the brush. Later Miller developed a style dependent upon volumetric figures that recall Italian Renaissance prototypes. Kuehne moved from Miller to Robert Henri in 1909. Rockwell Kent, who also studied under Chase, Miller, and Henri, expressed what he felt were their respective contributions: "As Chase had taught us to use our eyes, and Henri to enlist our hearts, Miller called on us to use our heads." (Rockwell Kent, It's Me O Lord: The Autobiography of Rockwell Kent. New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1955, p. 83). Henri prompted Kuehne to search out the unvarnished realities of urban living; a notable portion of Henri's stylistic formula was incorporated into his work. Having received such a thorough foundation in art, Kuehne spent a year in Europe's major art museums to study techniques of the old masters. His son Richard named Ernest Lawson as one of Max Kuehne's European traveling companions. In 1911 Kuehne moved to New York where he maintained a studio and painted everyday scenes around him, using the rather Manet-like, dark palette of Henri. A trip to Gloucester during the following summer engendered a brighter palette. In the words of Gallatin (1924, p. 60), during that summer Kuehne "executed some of his most successful pictures, paintings full of sunlight . . . revealing the fact that he was becoming a colorist of considerable distinction." Kuehne was away in England the year of the Armory Show (1913), where he worked on powerful, painterly seascapes on the rocky shores of Cornwall. Possibly inspired by Henri - who had discovered Madrid in 1900 then took classes there in 1906, 1908 and 1912 - Kuehne visited Spain in 1914; in all, he would spend three years there, maintaining a studio in Granada. He developed his own impressionism and a greater simplicity while in Spain, under the influence of the brilliant Mediterranean light. George Bellows convinced Kuehne to spend the summer of 1919 in Rockport, Maine (near Camden). The influence of Bellows was more than casual; he would have intensified Kuehne's commitment to paint life "in the raw" around him. After another brief trip to Spain in 1920, Kuehne went to the other Rockport (Cape Ann, Massachusetts) where he was accepted as a member of the vigorous art colony, spearheaded by Aldro T. Hibbard. Rockport's picturesque ambiance fulfilled the needs of an artist-sailor: as a writer in the Gloucester Daily Times explained, "Max Kuehne came to Rockport to paint, but he stayed to sail." The 1920s was a boom decade for Cape Ann, as it was for the rest of the nation. Kuehne's studio in Rockport was formerly occupied by Jonas Lie. Kuehne spent the summer of 1923 in Paris, where in July, André Breton started a brawl as the curtain went up on a play by his rival Tristan Tzara; the event signified the demise of the Dada movement. Kuehne could not relate to this avant-garde art but was apparently influenced by more traditional painters — the Fauves, Nabis, and painters such as Bonnard. Gallatin perceived a looser handling and more brilliant color in the pictures Kuehne brought back to the States in the fall. In 1926, Kuehne won the First Honorable Mention at the Carnegie Institute, and he re-exhibited there, for example, in 1937 (Before the Wind). Besides painting, Kuehne did sculpture, decorative screens, and furniture work with carved and gilded molding. In addition, he designed and carved his own frames, and John Taylor Adams encouraged Kuehne to execute etchings. Through his talents in all these media he was able to survive the Depression, and during the 1940s and 1950s these activities almost eclipsed his easel painting. In later years, Kuehne's landscapes and still-lifes show the influence of Cézanne and Bonnard, and his style changed radically. Max Kuehne died in 1968. He exhibited his work at the National Academy of Design, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh, the Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, and in various New York City galleries. Kuehne's works are in the following public collections: the Detroit Institute of Arts (Marine Headland), the Whitney Museum (Diamond Hill...
Category

1910s American Impressionist Walter Launt Palmer Art

Materials

Paper, Watercolor

Mid Century California Mission Landscape
Located in Soquel, CA
Beautiful mid century landscape of a historic California mission, highlighting its iconic architectural details such as a columned arches, white was...
Category

Mid-20th Century American Impressionist Walter Launt Palmer Art

Materials

Gouache, Cardboard, Paper

A Governor’s Mansion - Countryside Couple - Original Watercolor on Paper 1860s
Located in Soquel, CA
A Governor’s Mansion - Countryside Couple - Original Watercolor on Paper 1860s Governor’s Mansion during the Civil Water. A watercolor painting depicting horse carriages and disting...
Category

1860s American Impressionist Walter Launt Palmer Art

Materials

Paper, Watercolor

Oil on Linen Painting -- Shelving Rock 2
By Conard Holton
Located in Troy, NY
This vibrant landscape shows some of the bright colors that can be seen in the Adirondacks. Bright oranges and yellows stand out from the green landscape, and deep purples add a rich...
Category

2010s American Impressionist Walter Launt Palmer Art

Materials

Linen, Oil, Canvas

Landscape with Houses and White Tree, American Impressionist, Pastel on Paper
By Albert Van Nesse Greene
Located in Doylestown, PA
"Landscape with Houses and White Tree" is a colorful but quaint springtime landscape with a predominant pastel color palette by American Impressionist painter Albert Van Nesse Greene...
Category

Early 20th Century American Impressionist Walter Launt Palmer Art

Materials

Archival Paper, Pastel

Green Fields, Rosie. Phipps, Original Landscape Painting, Affordable Artwork
By Rosie Phipps
Located in Deddington, GB
Rosie Phipps Green Fields Original Landscape Painting Water Colour Paint, Gouache and Pastel on Paper Image Size: H 10cm x W 25cm Mounted Size: H 18.5cm x W 34.5cm Framed Size: H 23c...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Impressionist Walter Launt Palmer Art

Materials

Paper, Pastel, Watercolor, Gouache

Previously Available Items
Sailing on the Laguna Veneta
By Walter Launt Palmer
Located in New York, NY
Signed lower left: W. L. PALMER.
Category

19th Century American Impressionist Walter Launt Palmer Art

Materials

Oil

Winter Sunset
By Walter Launt Palmer
Located in Milford, NH
A serene winter landscape at sunset with cedar trees by American artist Walter Launt Palmer (1854-1932). Palmer was born in Albany, New York, the son of sculptor Erastus Dow Palmer, and grew up surrounded by art and artists, with some of his early lessons from Charles Elliott and Frederick Church...
Category

Early 20th Century Tonalist Walter Launt Palmer Art

Materials

Oil, Panel

  • Winter Sunset
  • Winter Sunset
  • Winter Sunset
  • Winter Sunset
H 17.5 in W 20.5 in D 1.5 in

Walter Launt Palmer art for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Walter Launt Palmer art available for sale on 1stDibs. You can also browse by medium to find art by Walter Launt Palmer in paint, oil paint, canvas and more. Much of the original work by this artist or collective was created during the 20th century and is mostly associated with the Impressionist style. Not every interior allows for large Walter Launt Palmer art, so small editions measuring 14 inches across are available. Customers who are interested in this artist might also find the work of Gifford Beal, William Lester Stevens, and Neysa McMein. Walter Launt Palmer art prices can differ depending upon medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $22,000 and tops out at $165,000, while the average work can sell for $28,125.

Artists Similar to Walter Launt Palmer

Recently Viewed

View All