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Tag Archives: landscape painting

In the Gallery: Minerva Visiting the Muses on Mount Parnassus by Claude Lorrain, 1680

Jun

11

Claude Lorrain was an artist of the Baroque era who was active in Italy, and is admired for his achievements in…

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In the Gallery: Landscape by Henri-Joseph Harpignies, 1893

May

21

Henri- Joseph Harpignies was a French painter and printmaker, who made a late in life debut in the Salon in 1853. Harpignies showed…

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William Stanley Haseltine: Sunset on the Grand Canal, Venice

Jan

03

William Haseltine attended college in his hometown at the University of Pennsylvania and earned his degree from Harvard University. Following the year of his graduation…

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#6 Edmund Darch Lewis – Mount Washington, New Hampshire

Nov

08

Born and educated in Philadelphia, Edmund Darch Lewis studied painting for only a short time before he began exhibiting at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and later at the National Academy of Design in New York. He quickly became one of the most popular painters in Philadelphia, specializing in landscapes and marine scenes [...]

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#18 John Frederick Kensett – Marine View of Beacon Rock

Aug

16

“It conveys a sense of calmness and quiet.” – anonymous

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