Skyscrapers and human landscapes in New York City, tennis in Rhode Island, and Mardi Gras on Coney Island – and more.
A celebration for Independence Day, the fourth of July, with a selection of wonderful American landscape paintings.
Barely known in Europe, he studied in France for 5 years, then from 1888 was a major landscape painter in the US, one of The Ten.
Into the 20th century, and he was busy teaching at Summer Schools in Europe, and trying to come to terms with art of the future.
First in a series detailing his life and work. This covers his training, and first establishing his studio in New York. Plenty of his paintings are included.
An American Master in his own right, his paintings were on a par with those of Chase, and he was a successful teacher too.
Study 25 landscapes by 19 artists over 400 years, to examine how they represent the landscape.
An illustrated index of the 61 artists covered in this series, with links to detailed coverage.
Three more wonderful American Impressionists, although the lives of two were tragically cut short when they died suddenly.
He is often claimed to be the greatest of the American Impressionists, and with several thousand paintings to his name he was certainly among the most prolific.