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2 edition of Tropical scenes by the 19th century painters of California found in the catalog.

Tropical scenes by the 19th century painters of California

Oakland Museum (California)

Tropical scenes by the 19th century painters of California

Catalogue of an exhibtion heldat the Oakland Museum, October 5th to November 14 1971.

by Oakland Museum (California)

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Title: Atmospheric late 19th century tropical landscape painting in style of California artist Norton Bush, Status: SOLD, Category: Fine Art:Paintings:Americanth Century, Shop: Jon Berg Fine Arts and More, Description: The rush to the California gold fields in the early 's led to the popularity of a combination sea/overland route through the narrow Isthmus of Panama, an . Signed in oil, lower right recto. Ex-collection private collection, New Jersey. This painting will be included in the forthcoming Albert Bierstadt catalogue raisonné in preparation under the direction of Melissa Speidel. Bierstadt () was the foremost American painter of western scenes during the second half of the 19th century.

  When you think of landscape in 19th century California, images of Southern California seldom come to mind. Paintings of Northern California, depicted in Albert Bierstadt's incredible paintings of Yosemite, or Carleton Watkins' crystalline photographs of Half-Dome, are ubiquitous, but what about images representing the rest of the state?Author: Susanna Newbury. From the turn of the 19th century until the Great Depression of , a number of artists produced a large body of gorgeous paintings apotheosizing the California coastline, foothills and mountains. These works were done “en plein air” after the French fashion, (that is outdoors, in nature) and for the most part, not in the studio.

America’s Forgotten Landscape Painter: Robert S. Duncanson Beloved by 19th-century audiences around the world, the African-American artist fell Author: Lucinda Moore. Reported in the catalog for the exhibition Tropical Scenes by the 19th Century Painters of California, page Cock, Elizabeth M., The Influence of Photography on American Landscape Painting, –, Ph. D. Thesis; Naef, Weston J., Era of Exploration. I am indebted to Ray Castello for locating and bringing to my attention the.


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See more ideas about Painting, Art and 21st century pins. While 20 th century readers might recognize this approach as “reception theory” or “visual studies,” the question of how a museumgoer might have received a painting of a tropical locale intersects nicely with our own contemporary attempt to understand exactly what and why artists painted these scenes.

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They will be followed here on Artbound, along with related posts on historical and contemporary topics like this one. When you think of landscape in 19th century California, images of Southern California seldom come to : Susanna Newbury.

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