Friday, April 5, 2013

Painters and Springtime

Painters and Spring

Several dozen artists, showcasing many approaches to painting of Spring. Possibly some will appeal to you and you can follow up on the artists.
 
The Weekend Workshop, 27-28 April, announced on the blog yesterday, is almost full. If you'd like to be part of this, please write to me at dbjurney@verizon.net .

Willard Metcalf, May Afternoon
Willard Metcalf, Spring Reeds
Bruce Crane, Early Spring
John Twachtman, Spring Landscape
John Twachtman, The White Bridge
Guy Rose, Late Spring
Charles Harold Davis, in Spring Sunshine
Charles Harold Davis, Spring Evening, Garzoli Gallery
Edward Seago, Early Spring
Peder Monsted, A Spring Landscape in Sunshine
Peder Monsted, A Country Field
Theodore Roninson, In the Orchard
Theodore Robinson, Willows and Wildflowers
Leon Pelouse
Henri Harpignies, La Vallee de l'Aumance
Claude Monet, Spring (1873), Metropolitan Museum of Art
John Collier, The Spring Wood
Charles Conder, Blossoming Tree
Alfred Sisley, The Small Meadows in Spring
William Trost Richards, Spring, Germantown

J. J. Enneking, Spring Storm Approaching, Dayton Art Institute
Chauncey F. Ryder, Chestnut Hill (NH)
John F. Carlson, Spring

George Houston, A River Landscape in Spring
George Houston, A River Landscape

John William Inchbold, A Study in March, Ashmolean Museum
John William Inchbold, Mid-Spring
Childe Hassam, Spring, Navesink Highlands
Childe Hassam, Spring Woods
Childe Hassam, Spring at Old Lyme
Pierre Bonnard, Paysage, printemps
Camille, Pissarro, Spring
Olive Parker Black, Spring
Olive Parker Black, Spring Afternoon
T. C. Steele, The Bloom of the Grape
Edward Redfield

2 comments:

  1. Wow, wonderful! Photos can't really do that... At present, I do like it when there's figures in the landscape, I find... I also like it when there's a feel that the artist painted with a degree of 'abandon'...

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  2. Nice selection Donald, I really like the Pizzaro and the Inchbold. They give you a real feel for the place. I love the sharp contrast in the Inchbold. This March it would have been a winter scene, although I am sure the Cotswolds will have warmed up by the time you get there.

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